Jakoj unique disclose terms of the Kurds to reconcile with the prime minister and end the crisis between the province and the center!! Date: Saturday 12/29/2012 04:26 pm
Baghdad _ Alaa Mousa
Revealed a high-ranking official in the Ministry of Defense familiar with the details of dialogues and bilateral meetings held by the Kurdish delegation negotiating with the central government.
The official, who declined to be named, said the Kurdish delegation told government officials at the center of the need to be the withdrawal of the troops stationed in the disputed areas immediately and agreement based on total points, mostly military.
He added that the Kurds had asked to participate in military decision and consult a Kurdish chief of staff before moving any military sectors.
He pointed out that they demanded the approval of their candidate for the position of the Iraqi Intelligence Service.
The source stressed that the Kurdish delegation objected to the claims of Kurds cancel the Tigris Mzlm Operations Command Operations Command existence Euphrates, Basra and other was also the first to recognize these formations.
It is noted that Defense Minister Saadoun Dulaimi announced proxy, Wednesday, to reach an agreement in principle comprehensive solution to the crisis between Baghdad and Erbil, will be signed permanently during a meeting Joint Ministerial Commission between the federal government and the Kurdistan region in Erbil next Sunday. However, the Kurdish region still retains Peshkokh in the absence of the application of Article 140 of the Constitution. Dulaimi said in a press conference held today at the conclusion of his meeting with the Minister (Peshmerga) in the Kurdistan region of Iraq Sheikh Jaafar Sheikh Mustafa, Minister of the Interior region Karim Sinjari, "It was during a meeting today to reach an agreement to resolve comprehensive crisis, after the submission of the central government and the Kurdistan Regional Government to see positive about it. " He explained that the parties forward working papers have been cured and are closer to the final declaration, noting that "the two papers were converted to joint higher committee to be إقرارهما at a meeting in Arbil on Sunday." The crisis between the governments in Baghdad and Erbil erupted against the backdrop of the formation of the Federal Government Forces Command Tigris entrusted with tasks manage security in the provinces of Kirkuk and Diyala, Salahuddin, followed by an armed clash between these forces and the force of border guards Kurdish (Peshmerga) in the district of Tuz south of Kirkuk mid last month. In an attempt to defuse the crisis two sides had two rounds of talks in Baghdad recently , ended in a deadlock, blamed each other for the failure of those talks to the other.