Negotiations continue to end tension in Iraq
Negotiations continue to end the tension between the regional administration in north of Iraq and Iraqi PM Nouri al-Maliki.
The delegation representing regional administration in north of Iraq has been sent to Baghdad on Wednesday in order to assess the military tension in the "problematic region".
It has been stated that the negotiations between central government and the regional administration in north of Iraq were suspended because of the health issues of Iraqi President and Leader of Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Jalal Talabani and now, they will take start again.
Halgurd Hikmet Mala Ali, the press agent of Peshmerga ministry of regional administration in north of Iraq told AA that a new delegation headed to Baghdad early Wednesday morning upon request of central government. He added that the delegation will assess and discuss the military issues.
Wednesday, December 26, 2012