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The Presidency of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq announced agreement with Baghdad to protect the borders and prevent the targeting of neighboring countries, with the absence of armed factions in the region.
And the Kurdistan Region Presidency stated, in a statement, that “the President of the region, Nechirvan Barzani, discussed during his visit to Baghdad with the Iraqi Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia’ al-Sudani, and other political parties, the latest developments in the security and political situation in the country.”
According to the statement, Barzani and Al-Sudani stressed "not allowing any threats or military operations targeting neighboring countries across the borders of Iraq and the Kurdistan region, while ensuring the provision of aid and humanitarian assistance to refugees, and not allowing the presence of armed factions in the region."
Erbil and Baghdad will fully cooperate and coordinate to protect border security, cooperate and coordinate with neighboring countries, and take the necessary measures in this regard, according to the statement.
Barzani stressed that "the approach of the leadership of the region will remain, as in the past, a factor of safety and stability for Iraq and the countries of the region, and it looks forward to strengthening its relations with them according to the principle of mutual respect, good neighborliness, and common interests."
He stressed "the necessity of resorting to dialogue and understanding and adopting peaceful solutions to solve internal and external problems in the region."
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