Britain: Kurdistan a bright spot in a turbulent spot of world
Britain: Kurdistan a bright spot in a turbulent spot of the world
Friday, 06 July 2012 18: 27
Twilight news/I the Ministry of State for Foreign Affairs of Iraq Kurdistan British "bright spot" in the more troubled in the world, with foreign relations department head warned in the territorial Government of the political situation in Iraq.
He was Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, during a meeting with visiting British Lord Howell, head of foreign relations in the Kurdistan Regional Government, Falah Mustafa as a statement issued by the Presidency of the territory received twilight news" "impress all visitors to Kurdistan in the remarkable progress in the territory in this patch almdazorbh of the world".
Howell said "they are looking for bright spots in this region and they ytabron Kurdistan region one of the bright spots." And political crisis touched on the Iraqi scene, said Falah Mustafa "crisis in Iraq is a serious issue for all of us in Iraq".
Mustafa explained that "Kurds and other political partners seeking to ensure the success of the democratic process and Iraq address back to authoritarian rule".
Mustafa stressed that "the Kurdish people have suffered a lot of woes in the era of the former Iraqi regime, have come a long way in the development of society and economy growing in the Kurdistan region, for us are going back."
The Chief of the external relations of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Falah Mustafa met during his visit to Britain, which lasted three days of the week, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Lord Howell, during the meeting the two sides discussed ways to deepen bilateral relations between Britain and the Kurdistan region and especially in economic and trade and cultural and education and strengthening of endogenous capacities, as well as to discuss Kurdistan regional government campaign to get formal recognition of genocide of the Kurdish people aldmaaet.
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