Macgork Erbil: Washington is considering challenging the province to help financial conditions


History of edits:: 3.18.2016 18:3031 visits readable
[Oan- Baghdad]
new Brett Macgork special envoy of US President Barack Obama , the international alliance against al Daash Friday Washington ‘s support for the Kurdistan region in various fields.
Kurdistan Regional Government, said in a statement that Macgork reiterated during a meeting with the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan region Nechirvan Barzani on continued US support for the Peshmerga forces.
The statement quoted Macgork say that the region suffered a difficult financial crisis and that his country was“acquainted with these difficult circumstances and that it will be studied in order to find ways to help Kurdistan in order to overcome this crisis. ” for
his part , he expressed the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan region thanks to the visit of US aid continued to Peshmerga forces hoping to expand this assistance and improved” because the region is currently going through a very difficult financial crisis and that he needs more than aid military and humanitarian point of view . “
with regard to the political situation in the Kurdistan region of Barzani indicated its willingness to address theinternal differences through and understanding with all parties to the dialogue and expressed the hope to reach appropriate solutions to all the problems in the near future.
the statement said that the US official and his accompanying delegation, including Ambassador United States to Iraq , Stuart Jones and a number of other officials dealt with during the meeting , the political and security developments in the region adjacent to the Kurdistan region and countries.
the two sides also discussed the latest developments on the battlefield against Daash and strengthen the coordinating Committee between the coalition forces and Baghdad and Erbil to the process of liberalization city of Mosul from the control of the organization .

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