Hammond: Britain is ready to support the region in overcoming the financial crisis


 

History of edits:: 17.3.2016 21:3862 visits readable
[Oan- Baghdad]
voiced British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said Thursday his country ‘s readiness to support theKurdistan regional government ‘s efforts to pass the financial crisis experienced by “pointing out that” the region in front of a great economic opportunity for the advancement of its economy. “
This came during a meeting with his accompanying delegation , the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan region Nechirvan Barzani and some Kurdish officials in Irbil
, he said the Information Office of the Kurdistan Regional Government said in a statement , “It was discussed during the meeting to strengthen relations between the two sides and the war on organizing Daash and victories achieved against him and supporting reforms in the economic and political sector and administrative in theregion. ”
the statement quoted Hammond as saying” it is thanks to the Peshmerga forces efforts to repel and defeat theattacks and the risk of terrorists and harboring and providing services to a large number of refugees and displaced persons to earn the Kurdistan region of mission at the level of Europe and the world stature ” andexpressed hope that the Peshmerga forces could play a role significantly in the liberation of the city of Mosul plan.
in turn , expressed Barzani expressed his thanks for the visit of British assistance to the Kurdistan region and thePeshmerga forces once again to emphasize that because of the financial crisis and the advent of huge numbers of refugees and displaced survivors, the Kurdistan region need more than before the international community ‘said.
it was Hammond arrived in the region Thursday and held a meeting with the President of Kurdistan , Massoud Barzani and discussed with him several issues of common interest.
Britain has many military trainers to train in the Kurdistan Peshmerga forces.

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