KRG Council of Ministers to discuss four key issues

The Kurdistan Region's Prime Minister Masrour Barzani will chair the meeting, accompanied by the Deputy Prime Minister Qubad Talabani, and will address four main issues.
KRG Council of Ministers meeting. (Photo: KRG)
KRG Council of Ministers meeting. (Photo: KRG)

ERBIL (Kurdistan24) - The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Council of Ministers is set to discuss the opening of two customs checkpoints in Diyala and Mosul, the upcoming general population census, and the 12th-grade general examinations during a meeting on Wednesday.

The Kurdistan Region's Prime Minister Masrour Barzani will chair the meeting, accompanied by the Deputy Prime Minister Qubad Talabani, and will address four main issues.

The first item on the agenda will cover the outcomes of the recent visit by a high-level KRG delegation and representatives of international oil companies to Baghdad.

The delegation met with the Iraqi Oil Ministry on June 8 and 9 to discuss resuming oil exports from the Kurdistan Region.

The second item will focus on the opening of two customs checkpoints in Diyala and Mosul provinces by the federal government.

These new checkpoints are expected to impact the trade routes of the Kurdistan Region's border crossings.

The third item will address the upcoming general population census, scheduled for November 20-21, 2024, in Iraq and the Kurdistan Region.

The fourth and final item will discuss the preparations made by the Ministry of Education and other relevant parties for the 12th-grade general examinations throughout the Kurdistan Region, ensuring that all departments are ready for the exams.