December 22 2017 12:23 p
The head of the parliamentary security and defense committee, Hakim al-Zamili, said that Kurdish citizens have begun to trust the central government after the failure of the ruling parties to run the Kurdistan region.
Al-Zamili's office said in a press statement that the latter "received the first Chancellor of the Political Affairs of the German Embassy Holger Hansen at the House of Representatives Committee of the House of Representatives. The two sides discussed the bilateral relations between the two friendly countries and the common understandings on the counterterrorism aspect by supporting Iraqi forces with advanced weapons and equipment and intelligence cooperation. To drain the origins of extremist organizations. "
He added that "during the meeting dealt with the situation in the Kurdistan region and the repercussions of the referendum of separation, which was conducted by the Government of the Territory late last September."
"What is happening today in the region of demonstrations is only the beginning of the end of the ruling parties, which dominated the party's special interest on the interests of its general people," the head of the parliamentary security and defense committee said.
"The Iraqi government will take over border crossings and control oil exports and imports in cooperation with the Peshmerga forces, which are committed to the orders of the central government," he said. "Kurdish citizens have begun to trust the central government after the failure of the ruling parties to manage the Kurdistan region."
"The importance of the entry of German investment companies to the Iraqi market to participate in the reconstruction of areas affected by the military operations that resulted in the liberation of the entire country from drowning gangs and calling for terrorism."
For his part, praised the Chancellor of the German Embassy of the major victories achieved by the Iraqi armed forces on terrorist organizations, stressing the support of his government to the Iraqi government and commitment to equip them with the latest weapons and military equipment.
The German Chancellor also explained that what was received from the processing of the Kurdistan Regional Government of weapons was aimed at fighting terrorist organizations and not confront the federal security forces, surprising at the same time the use of the regional government of German weapons to hit government forces.