Iraqi Kurds seek talks after federal court bars secession

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The court ruling came in response to a request from the central government in Baghdad to end any "wrong misinterpretation" of the Iraqi constitution and assert the country's unity.

"We believe that this decision must become a basis for starting an inclusive national dialogue between Erbil and Baghdad to resolve all disputes through implementation of all constitutional articles and in a way that guarantees all rights, authorities and status mentioned in the Constitution", the KRG said in the statement.

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Iraq's Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) said Tuesday it would respect a court ruling prohibiting the Kurdish region from secession.

The Federal Court rulings are final and can not be contested by higher judicial authorities.

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The reversal of the bank restrictions signals a step towards de-escalating a conflict between Baghdad and the Kurdish region that erupted after the Kurds held a referendum on independence in September.

The referendum had faced sharp opposition from most regional and worldwide actors, including Turkey and Iran, which had warned that the poll would distract from Iraq's fight against terrorism and further destabilize the region.

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Those measures included an October offensive by Iraqi government forces, backed by Shia militia, to take the oil-producing city of Kirkuk from the KRG.

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