Kubler is a series of meetings with al-Sadr and Allawi in Arbil and Ikhtaatmha Btalibana and Barzani
SUNDAY, APRIL 29 / APRIL 2012 18:09

Twilight News / representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations to Iraq Martin Kobler, Sunday, a series of meetings with the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and the President of the coalition in Iraq, Iyad Allawi over the current crisis, concluding his talks with President Jalal Talabani and the leader of the Kurdistan Region Masoud Barzani.

The meetings were held in Arbil, capital of the province, which saw yesterday held talks with Barzani and Talabani and al-Sadr and Allawi to find a way out of the current crisis.

The movements of Barzani in the framework of efforts to end the political crisis the country has seen since the formation of the Iraqi government in late 2010 led by al-Maliki.

Dindar Zebari said Assistant Administrator for External Relations of International Organization Affairs in the Kurdistan Regional Government to "Twilight News" "The Martin Kobler since yesterday held a series of meetings with Iraqi political leaders and Kurdish."

The country has seen in months, an unprecedented political crisis on the back of the Iraqi judiciary issued an arrest warrant for Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi, who fled the territory of Kurdistan, which also led to tension in the relations between the federal government and the region.

Zebari said that Kobler, "met on Saturday in Arbil, with the President of Iraq, Iyad Allawi, tall and Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sadr and the Minister of Natural Resources in the Government of the Territory drastically."

He today visited the Parliament of Kurdistan of Iraq and met with the President and also met with the foreign relations official in the government of the region, to meet today with Talabani in Erbil and KRG President Barzani.

Zebari noted that "the meetings focused on the political situation of the country's and the consultations conducted by the Iraqi leaders and Kurdish in Arbil, in the days past as well as cooperation with the Kurdistan Region to hold provincial elections in the region scheduled for the end of September next, and the role of UNAMI in the treatment of differences over the implementation of Constitution of Iraq. "

The increased breadth of the dispute between Arbil and Baghdad when she said ExxonMobil U.S. oil it has signed an agreement to develop oil fields in Kurdistan, namely, the Convention considered the federal government illegal, prompting the authorities in Arbil to stop exporting oil, because Baghdad has not paid payments for companies.In March As part of his attack on the al-Maliki said that Barzani Kurdish Shiite alliance is with the Sadrists and the Supreme Council which is a sign that the Kurds are not allies with the Dawa Party, led by al-Maliki.
Accuse the Kurds has always been the prime minister of trying to re-uniqueness of the resolutions and the central government and the pursuit of dictatorship, to extend its control over the country.