Barzani: Kurds in danger will begin with consultation with Talabani and Kurdish parties on independence

Monday 23 April 2012 09: 18 GMT

The President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani

News/cuneiform Erbil
Detect President Massoud Barzani, Kurdistan, Iraq, Monday, he would begin consulting with President Jalal Talabani and Kurdish parties to discuss the issue of "independence" of Kurdistan because it is in great danger, if not be sacrificed blood, preferably "for independence is not for federalism.

Barzani said in the interview, he feels "great danger to the future of Kurdistan, stressing their determination to" start consultation with President Jalal Talabani and the Kurdistan and other Iraqi parties on independence and emerge from the current crisis. "

Barzani said "I haven't purposely taking fabrication crisis but talked about the crisis are not addressed for six years," he said, adding that "the time has come to resolve this matter in a definite direction after we waited too long."

Barzani expressed on his pride "stand against any internal fighting in Kurdistan", but that "If the Kurdish people was forced to sacrifice their blood must be for independence, this time not for federalism".

Was President Jalal Talabani stressed (17 April 2012), secession of the Al-Kurd in an independent State is not possible at the present time, with young called for declaration of Kurdi enthusiast to Kurdish State to be realistic and supports federal Iraq rather than secession.

The National Union leadership led by Talabani but Talabani asserted in (15 April 2012), Al-Kurd seeking domestic and international support in order to establish a State of their own, so they drew welcome if Washington helped this trend, denied the existence of the Kurdish parties programme at this time to establish such a State.

And local media reports that the United States has asked Turkey to recognize Kurdish State, because it is in their interest, and Turkey had agreed to grant the request for certain conditions.

And confirms the senior officials of the Kurdistan region President Massoud Barzani in particular has repeatedly stated their willingness to cooperate with Ankara, to reach a definitive solution to the Kurdish issue in Turkey.

Renewed Iraq Kurdistan President Massoud Barzani, (12 April 2012), his attack on Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, saying Iraq is "dictatorial regime", stressed that self-determination for the Kurds would be the only option in the absence of Baghdad's cooperation with the region to resolve problems.

And called for Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, (17 April 2012), the Kurdish people to beware of irresponsible so keep enjoying the blessings of his country, saying the fitful rhetoric does not bring goodness to all the Iraqi people, some warned that resort to incitement to try the people against each other, or incitement of national party against each other through twisting words and removed from their context.

Escalated disputes between the political blocs while shifted from different Iraqi State law to disagreement with the Kurdistan Alliance, after new President of Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani in Iraq (6 April 2012), during his visit to the US offensive against the Central Government in Baghdad and accused it of reneging on promises and commitments, and stressed that the Kurds would not accept in any way that the positions and powers but one person, "leads the army of 2 million".

The Kurds had the founding of Mahabad in northwestern Iran around the city of Mahabad which was its capital, and the short-lived statelet would not internationally recognized as the Republic of Soviet-backed Kurdish was established in 1946 and has contributed its alliance with Judge Mohammed Mustapha Barzani but the pressure exerted by the Shah to the United States, which pressed on the Soviet Union was the Soviet troop withdrawal subsuming from Iranian territory and the Government of Iran to drop the Republic of Mahabad after 11 months of announcing Qazi Muhammad have been executed On 31 March 1947 in public square in the city of Mahabad and Mustafa Barzani fled with a group of guerrillas from the region.