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    Mulla Bakhtiar: Nechirvan Barzani's visit to Iran melted the ice between Erbil and Tehran

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    Mulla Bakhtiar: Nechirvan Barzani's visit to Iran melted the ice between Erbil and Tehran Empty Mulla Bakhtiar: Nechirvan Barzani's visit to Iran melted the ice between Erbil and Tehran

    Post by Rocky Thu 09 May 2024, 5:17 am

    Mulla Bakhtiar: Nechirvan Barzani's visit to Iran melted the ice between Erbil and Tehran

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    Shafaq News/ Veteran Kurdish politician Mullah Bakhtiar, on Thursday, praised the official visit recently made by Kurdistan Region President Nechirvan Barzani to Iran, describing it as having succeeded in "melting the ice between Erbil and Tehran."
    This came in a speech he delivered during the opening of the eighth edition of the “Definiteness” platform conference, whose activities were launched in Sulaymaniyah Governorate, with a wide presence of political, academic and social figures.
    Mulla Bakhtiar said in his speech that the problems between Erbil and Tehran are great, as Iran bombed the capital of the Kurdistan Region 144 times with missiles, considering at the same time the recent visit of the President of the Kurdistan Region to Iran as “historic and succeeded in melting the ice between Erbil and Tehran.”
    He referred to President Nechirvan Barzani's talk about the visit, and his mention of "the existence of a good will in Tehran to solve the problems with the Kurdistan Region."
    The Kurdish politician also confirmed that the experience of the Kurdistan Region has become part of the political equation in the region and the entire world, and that the conditions of the Kurds in Iraq are no longer what they were in the last three decades of the past century.
    He said: The volume of trade exchange by Iran and Turkey with the Kurdistan Region and all of Iraq reaches 50 billion dollars annually, stressing that “this is a significant number.”
    Mulla Bakhtiar went on to say that the entire world is turning its attention today to oil and gas in the Kurdistan Region, noting that it is as easy as it is to deliver Kurdistan gas to Europe, as is the case with exporting oil through the Turkish port of Ceyhan.
    He went on to say that exporting gas will solve the economic problems facing the region, noting that the problem facing the world at the present time is water and gas, as there is no longer a problem regarding oil as it was in the past.
    The veteran Kurdish politician also said that the Kurdistan Region has a very important role in the region because of its natural gas and abundance of fresh water.
    Mulla Bakhtiar continued to say that the meeting of Iranian Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei with President Nechirvan Barzani is “very important” at the internal and external levels, stressing that the meetings and meetings conducted by the President of the region pave the way for resolving the differences and outstanding issues between Erbil and Baghdad.
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