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    Chairman of Iraq''s Kurdish parliament hopes to establish ties with Kuwaiti Parliament

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    Post by Hkp1 Thu 17 Jan 2013, 12:26 pm

    Chairman of Iraq''s Kurdish parliament hopes to establish ties with Kuwaiti Parliament


    17/01/2013 | 09:04 AM | Gulf News

    A visiting delegation of Kuwaiti journalists

    IRBIL, North Iraq, Jan 17 (KUNA) -- Chairman of Parliament of Iraq's
    Kurdistan region Dr. Areslan Bayez has expressed desire to establish
    ties with the Kuwaiti National Assembly.

    Dr. Bayez, speaking to a
    visiting delegation of Kuwaiti journalists, said he was looking forward
    to establish solid ties with the Kuwaiti Parliament and benefit from its
    experience, considered unique at the regional level.

    "Kuwait is
    distinguished with the strongest parliament in the Arab world, thus we
    believe there are benefits to establish ties with it."

    The top Kurdish
    legislator indicated that the regional legislative assembly comprises
    members of various racial communities, including Kurds, Turkmen and
    Assyrians.

    For his part, the Kuwaiti ambassador to Iraq, Ali Al-Mou'men, called for restoring the historic Kuwaiti-Kurdish relations.

    The
    visiting Kuwaiti delegation, during its Wednesday's activities, visited
    the public tourism authority in Irbil to get acquainted with the
    tourist facilities provided in the region, famous for its natural and
    tourist attractions.

    More than two million tourists visited the
    Kurdish region, last year, said the head of the authority, Mawlawi
    Jabbar, addressing the Kuwaiti delegation, expressing hope to establish a
    direct air line from Kuwait to the region, which provides diverse
    facilities, including 400 hotels.

    The Kuwaiti delegation had also
    visited headquarters of the region's chamber of commerce and held talks
    with the chairman, Dara Jelil Al-Khayyat, who praised the delegation's
    visit and described it as an opportunity to apprise the Kuwaitis with
    the accomplishments and potential businesses in the region.

    Noting
    that a large number of Arab companies have been exploring investment
    opportunities in the area, Al-Khayyat noted that 10 Lebanese banks have
    been operating in it.

    The delegation, which arrived in the Kurdish
    region, on Sunday, is headed by the director of Kuwait Journalists
    Association Ali Al-Rashed and comprises a number of journalists and
    figures representing Kuwaiti newspapers. (end) sbr.rk KUNA 170904 Jan
    13NNNN

    http://www.kuna.net.kw/ArticleDetails.aspx?id=2287350&language=en

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