ARBIL/ Aswat al-Iraq: Parliamentary Kurdish blocs rejected attending the meeting called by Premier Nouri al-Maliki today evening in protest for not endorsing the agreement reached by Kurdish military delegation with central ministry of defence.
In a statement by the Kurdish National Union Party, the Kurdish parties agreed not to attend the meeting called by Premier Maliki.
The statement added that "many meetings were held to pacify the situation, but "unfortunately, the Commander-in-Chief refused, in the last minute, the agreement reached".
It called for finding constitutional solutions, as well as adopting dialogue to build the Iraqi democratic federal state.
Premier Maliki called for today's meeting to end the tension between Baghdad and Arbil on Dijla Operations Command, where the Kurds rejected such formation as a threat against the Kurdish region.
The Kurdish side warned that Premier Maliki is following aggressive stands and unilaterally controlling the country.
Added to all these differences are the Beishmarga financial allocations in the general budget, the oil contracts and the destiny of the disputed areas.