Delighted Halbousi: We must deal with Kurdistan as a region and not provinces[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date:: 2019/19/19 20:51 • 166 times read[/rtl]
The President of the Kurdistan Regional Government Masroor Barzani, on Thursday, with the President of the House of Representatives Mohammed Halbousi, on the sidelines of the graduation ceremony of the first batch of students of the American University of Kurdistan - Dohuk.
The President of the Council of Representatives, according to a statement Barzani's office, during the meeting, pleased to meet the invitation to participate, and said: "The meeting with our loved ones in the Kurdistan region is a good opportunity, and I feel pleased when I see the region progress in various areas."
Al-Halbousi described the relations between the "Kurdistan region and Baghdad as good," adding: "We hope to reach common ground to resolve the differences, and will not accept any harm to the citizens of the Kurdistan region, and this principle we adhere to.
" Kurdistan does not represent the official position of Baghdad, stressing "the absence of any negative political attitude towards the region."
For his part, the "President of the Kurdistan Regional Government expressed the hope that the contentious issues can be decided, and said:" We are ready to resolve all differences under the Constitution, and hope for a solution, "adding," The success of Kurdistan is a success for all Iraqis, and the resolution of controversial issues in the interest of everyone. " he
also stressed" the need not to deal with the Kurdistan region as provinces, but as a region installed in the Constitution, and stressed the importance of security cooperation between the two sides to prosecute Daesh cells that continue to pose a threat in a number of areas of the country. "
in At the end of the meeting, the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government welcomed the good coordination between the parties Iraqi Peshmerga forces in the pursuit of the remnants of terrorism in some areas. Ended
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