KRG "wants to Reach Amicable Agreement with Baghdad"

By John Lee.

Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani (pictured) has said he wants to reach an amicable agreement with Baghdad, but stressed that Kurds will "not accept to be subordinates".

In his address on the occasion of Newroz, the Kurdish New Year, the President said:

We have two options before us: either we forget the struggles and sacrifices of our people in the last hundred years, or the current situation and the mature of our relationship with Baghdad must change.

"We will not accept to be subordinates to Baghdad, and Baghdad does not accept our partnership. Independence for Kurdistan is a peaceful call and is not a threat to anyone. We want to reach an amicable agreement with Baghdad on this question through mutual understanding.

"Before holding the referendum, the Kurdistan Region will engage in a serious and frank dialogue with Baghdad on our disputes and relationship.

(Source: KRG)

2 Responses to KRG "wants to Reach Amicable Agreement with Baghdad"

  1. Jim 24th March 2016 at 18:57 #

    I have investment in dinar . waiting for revaluation . I believe it will soon . what's your view on subject.

  2. Barry 29th March 2016 at 15:24 #

    The "RV" is a scam and has been all along, Jim. The people pushing this nonsense are well known conmen up to their necks in other scams. Iraq was planning to redenominate their currency (a simple process done by around 70 other countries over the past 60 years) then cancelled due to many other issues. But there is no [i]"Buy $1,000 worth of Dinar now and "my sources say" very, very soon (repeated every week for 13 years), someone else will hand over $3m for your $1,000 worth of notes"[/i] 'magic-beans investment'...

    There is no "missing wealth" to "revalue" for the Iraqi Dinar, Vietnamese Dong, Zimbabwe Dollar, etc. They all have those extra zeros after them vs the USD, EUR, etc, because of printing too much money. Iraq used to have a money supply of 20bn when it was worth $3. Today they have a money supply of over 82,000bn. When you print 4,000x more money vs the 1980's, then of course your currency will end up with 3x extra zeros after it vs the 1980's banknotes. Where do you think all the Iraqi coins went? Inflated out of existence.

    "RV" scammers are the only people on the planet who think printing more money causes a currency to go [i]UP[/i] in value (but only for currencies they 'coincidentally' happen to be selling / pumping). 😀