Qubad Talabani and officials in Estonia are discussing the electronic government


11/3/2019 16:20:00
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Qubad Talabani, Deputy Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region, met on Monday (March 11th) with Estonian Deputy Prime Minister Taimar Peterkop in Tallinn.

During the meeting, the relations between the Kurdistan Region and the State of Estonia were emphasized, especially in the field of benefiting from the advanced electronic-government system in Estonia and the use of the system for the Kurdistan Region, which facilitates government affairs and provides better services for citizens.

The Estonian delegation explained the stages of electronic-government to Talabani and expressed their readiness to help the Kurdistan Region to benefit from the electronic-government system.

The visit of Qubad Talabani came at an official invitation from the Prime Minister of Estonia.

Estonia is a member of the European Union and its government system is a parliamentary republican and it is a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the World Trade Organization. In 1991 it gained full independence as one of the former Soviet republics.

 

 

PUKmedia / Media Office of Deputy Prime Ministe


 

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