Kosrat Rasul and Barham Salih discuss the situation in Iraq and the region

12/2/2019 17:38:00

Mr. Kosrat Rasul Ali, Deputy Secretary-General of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, received the President of the Republic Dr. Barham Salih in the city of Sulaymaniyah.


The meeting, which was attended by a number of members of the Political Bureau, discussed the political developments in Iraq and directed attempts to resolve outstanding problems and provide the best services in Iraq.


The meeting also included talks on the formation of the new government in the Kurdistan Region, stressing the importance of real partnership and common understanding to form the government.


The meeting of Mr. Kosrat Rasul Ali and Dr. Barham Salih discussed the role of the Presidency of the Republic in the Iraqi political arena. 


The two sides agreed on the positive role played by the President of the Republic in solving problems and ending the crises.






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