KRG Implements Peshmerga Ministry's reform program

26/1/2020 16:52:00

The Kurdistan Regional Government confirmed the implementation of the program of reform, development and organization of the Peshmerga forces on a scientific and modern basis.


The Regional government stated during a statement that it held a special meeting for reform in the Ministry of Peshmerga in the Kurdistan Region, under the supervision of the Prime Minster of the Kurdistan Regional Government Masrour Barzani, and Qubad Talabani, the Deputy Prime Minster of the Kurdistan Regional Government.


During the meeting, emphasis was placed on extending the reform procedure in the Ministry of Peshmerga within the frameworks of the ninth cabinet, including pension reform law, salaries, allowances and other benefits.


According to the Regional government's statement, the ranks of the Peshmerga forces will be organized on contemporary scientific grounds.






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