The Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) and the Kurdish Gorran (Change) Movement agreed on Wednesday to resolve the problems of the disputed areas according to the constitution.
The Gorran Movement and the KDP met Wednesday in Erbil to discuss several sensitive and important issues, a statement issued following the two-party meeting said.
The meeting discussed strengthening bilateral relations and organizing them according to the current stage, the statement read, adding that the meeting also discussed the political and economic conditions in Kurdistan and the diplomatic relations, as well as relations between the federal government and neighboring countries.
The two sides agreed to work together to establish a unified Kurdistan dialogue on the issues related to Kirkuk and the disputed areas and to resolve the current situation in a way that agrees with the constitution and the protection of the rights of all parties, the statement added.
On the formation of the ninth government, the two sides agreed, according to the statement, on adhering to unity and serious work towards improving the living conditions of the people of Kurdistan and achieving more stability.