Pira confirms continuation of cooperation between Kurdistan Region, Greece

27/2/2020 16:49:00

On Thursday, Saadi Ahmed Bireh received in Sulaymaniyah, the President of Independent Greeks Party and former Greek Defense Minister Panos Kammenos.


Kammenos congratulated the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan for the success of Patriotic Union's Fourth Congress, wishing the continuation of joint cooperation between the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Independent Greeks Party, and expressed his pleasure at the development and reconstruction witnessed by the Kurdistan Region.


For his part, Saadi Pira highlighted the important role of relations between Greece and the Kurdistan Region, wishing the level of relations between the Kurdistan Region and Greece to be strengthened in all different fields and to witness a better and more development.


He also highlighted the political situation in the region, especially the issue of international and regional conflicts in Iraq, stressing that the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan is with diplomatic solutions for problems.


At the end of the meeting, Panos Kammenos hoped that the obstacles and differences in Iraq would be ended and that the demands and rights of the people of the Kurdistan Region would have a place in the program of the new Iraqi government.






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