/ conducted Vice President of the Kurdistan Regional Government Imad Ahmed, on Monday, direct talks with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on the differences between Baghdad and the region.
The meeting took place in Baghdad, where, a Kurd task delegation to hold talks in an effort to resolve the outstanding problems in years between the two sides.
A statement issued by the Information Office of the owners and sent for "Twilight News"
via e The two sides discussed "several issues related to the relationship between the government and the province."
The oil contracts and budget of the Peshmerga and the disputed territories of the most prominent outstanding issues between Baghdad and Erbil.
Kurds accuse al-Maliki fudging on joint agreements that led to the formation of his government in the framework of a power-sharing agreement called the Erbil agreement.
He has discussed with the Head of Delegation of the province of Kurdistan, Barham Salih differences themselves. And had previously served in favor of deputy prime minister in the federal government.