Saudi king gives Barzani (8) billion dollars a year support National Guard Law
Saudi king gives Barzani (8) billion dollars a year in support of legislation that the National Guard Law Date: Tuesday 08/12/2015 13:
Condition of the Saudi monarch on the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, to help him in the amount of $ 8 billion in return for helping the Arab Sunni forces in the Iraqi parliament on legislation National Guard Law.
He adds a diplomatic source, who declined to be named, he said "King Salman to hear complaints Barzani against the federal government and pledged all supplies needed to face the economic crisis and the crisis in the employees' salaries. "and received King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, Massoud Barzani in Riyadh yesterday.
And established the Saudi monarch a luncheon in honor of President of the Kurdistan region and his accompanying delegation, at his palace in the capital, Riyadh, in the presence of more than 20 emir. Illustrates the source said King Salman and Barzani discussed the battles conducted by the Peshmerga forces against al Daash in Sinjar and Kirkuk, where the two parties agreed on a new plan to confront the terrorist organization and that by sending advisers security Saudis to Arbil to help the Peshmerga in their battles. "But a source in the movement of Kurdish change considered this agreement as a Saudi plan shared by Barzani in blocking complete liberalization of the rest of the areas controlled by Daash terrorist including Mosul.
The opponents Barzani them (the MDC and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan) Madaoman of Tehran and have complete control over one-third of the province of Kurdistan regions. The source suggests that Saudi Arabia is the main purpose of the agreement with the Barzani not to eliminate Daash but pushing the Peshmerga forces in conflict with the popular crowd. It was Barzani and his accompanying delegation They have left the Kurdistan region on Saturday and the next day were received by the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and the two sides discussed cooperation in areas of common interest.