Friday, July 17, 2009

Kurdish Politician Plays Down the Risk of Armed Conflict

The secretary of Kurdistan’s presidency Fouad Hussein played down the possibility of an armed conflict between Kurdistan and the central government.
However, Hussein blamed PM Nouri al-Maliki for the deterioration in relations between Irbil and Baghdad. He claimed that the policy of the central government “particularly that of the PM and his office” is to postpone and ignore issues that represent “Kurdistan’s priorities”.

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