Baghdad Arbil consistent with the adoption of an economic reform program to reduce de
Baghdad Arbil consistent with the adoption of an economic reform program to reduce dependence on oil, Observer in News, 01/31/2016
the Information Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, announced Sunday, the last reached an agreement with the Kurdish delegation which arrived today to Baghdad requires the adoption of an economic reform program to reduce dependence on oil, pointing to the near develop a plan to maximize resources through a commitment to tariff and income tax, as Abadi stressed the importance of agreeing on a program of "clear" to secure the duties and rights of the region and the provinces. Ebadi said Office in a statement briefed "Iraq law," a copy of it, that "the Prime Minister presided, today, a meeting with Iraq's Kurdistan Regional Government delegation headed by Nechirvan Barzani, was attended by oil ministers, Planning and Construction and Housing," noting that "the two communities exchanged talk about the challenges faced by the financial situation after the collapse of oil prices. " The statement added that "it was agreed on the importance of adopting a program of economic reform to reduce dependence on oil as the only source of national income", pointing out that it "will be the adoption of a plan to continue to study the reform and optimize resources program, especially the full commitment levying tariffs and income tax as the financial resources of the Federal Government utility returns to the region and the provinces alike. " The statement quoted al-Abadi emphasis on "the importance of continuing meetings to reach a common understanding of the challenges and agree on a clear work program takes into account the interest of the country and secure the duties and rights of the region and the provinces." Abadi pointed out that the "common enemy and wants to destroy all occupied areas, and it must continue the efforts of the armed forces, including the Peshmerga forces, and look forward to the perpetuation of this communication in order to liberate Mosul and other areas." For his part, Barzani stressed "the importance of holding regular meetings, also bless the great victory of fighters to liberate the city of Ramadi, and therefore the importance of moral and social." A delegation of Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government arrived earlier on Sunday, headed by Nechirvan Barzani to Baghdad, meeting with President Fuad Masum, the Prime Minister Haidar al-Abbadi and other officials to discuss several issues, most notably the financial crisis experienced by the country.