BAGHDAD, The PM of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nigervan Barzani stressed that there is no veto against the next federal government,"what is important is the government's program. This program will help to embody the constitutional rights and authorities of the Kurdistan region and protect the common interests of both sides."
"Barzani also spoke during his chairmanship of a meeting of the Regional government in the presence of his deputy, Qubad Talabani, on his recent visit to Baghdad and his meeting with Prime Minister Haider Abadi, declaring that the two sides agreed to continue dialogue and coordination between Erbil and Baghdad.
He added: "The two sides discussed the reopening of the Erbil-Kirkuk road, and the readiness of the Kurdistan region to re-export Kirkuk oil."
According to the statement, "Mahmoud Haji Saleh, Minister of Martyrs and Anfal Affairs, and Amang Rahim, Secretary of the Kurdistan Regional Government, presented a report on the developments in the subject of acknowledging crimes against the Yezidis and other national and religious components as genocide, and UN Security Council Resolution 2379 to form an investigation team into the crimes of the Daesh terrorist organization. "
The PM of the Regional government instructed the High Commission to place all the evidence collected in the past four years at the disposal of the UN Panel for the purpose of punishing perpetrators of crimes against humanity and genocide and to benefit victims of Yezidis, Christians and national and religious components, taking into account the involvement of representatives of the Kurdistan region of judges and legal experts in this area in the process of implementation of the Security Council resolution.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency