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Today, Sunday, the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Masrour Barzani, discussed with a delegation from the US Congress the latest developments in Iraq and the region and the importance of protecting the sovereignty, security and stability of Iraq.
A statement by the Kurdistan Regional Presidency stated that “the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government received a delegation from the US Congress headed by Representative Mark Takano and the membership of Alyssa Slotkin, Colin Allred and Katie Potter, in the presence of the US Ambassador to Iraq, Alina Romanowski.”
He added, "The meeting witnessed discussing ways to strengthen relations between the Kurdistan Region and the United States, and discussing the latest developments and developments in Iraq and the region and the importance of protecting the sovereignty, security and stability of Iraq and the Kurdistan Region."
He continued, "The congressional delegation touched on the strong and special relationship between the Kurdistan region and the United States, and affirmed, on behalf of Congress, its support for the Kurdistan region as a successful democratic experience in Iraq. It also praised religious freedom and peaceful coexistence between the various components of the Kurdistan region."
Barzani thanked the United States for its continued support, stressing that the Kurdistan region will always remain a factor of stability and security in Iraq and the region, and stressed that there is now a new opportunity for the federal government to serve the various Iraqi components and solve problems with the Kurdistan Region radically based on the constitution and platform. government ministerial.”
He pointed out that "the meeting also dealt with the reforms implemented by the ninth ministerial formation, especially the reform process aimed at unifying the Peshmerga forces and the importance of concerted efforts of the Kurdish parties and uniting them in defense of the constitutional rights of the Kurdistan region."
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