Ambassadors of the major powers are willing to support the region to overcome the financial crisis

History of edits:: 07/03/2016 21:43 • 102 visits readable

[Oan- Baghdad] 

senior international delegation composed of the United Nations ,, and the European Union, the countries of the Group of Seven and the World Bank, which consisted of the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Britain, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan, the readiness to support the Kurdistan region showed to overcome the financial and economic crisis. ”

This came during a meeting with the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, to the high delegation, today Allatnin, where they discussed international efforts to support the region to overcome the crisis that is going through and its support in the war on Daash and making repairs. ” 

The between the Special Representative of the UN Secretary General in Iraq, who headed the delegation, valuing the international community of the efforts of the Kurdistan region in the fight against Daash and embrace for the displaced and refugees, noting with extensive financial crisis experienced by the region, declaring their willingness in supporting the region and to support reforms and overcome this crisis. 

for his part , Barzani welcomed the delegation and spoke about the efforts and sacrifices of the people of Kurdistan in the fight against Daash embrace hundreds of thousands of displaced people despite the difficult financial crisis experienced by the Kurdistan region, adding that the region had not received any financial support from any party yet. 

he pointed Barzani during the meeting, that “no one can be an obstacle while implementing reforms which we insist on the application, and we always strive with all political parties in the region to resolve all political problems. ”

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