Twilight News / Search Nechirvan Barzani, prime minister of the Kurdistan Region, with the former French prime minister and the deputy in the current session of the French Parliament Francois Fillon, the war on Daash and helping displaced persons and refugees to the Kurdistan.
A statement by the prime minister, said Fillon spoke about his visit to the Kurdistan Region program, which includes a visit to camps for displaced people and refugees and the fronts of the fight against terrorism. The French delegation also praised the courage and heroism of the Peshmerga forces in confronting terrorism.
Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region For his part, expressed his delight to visit Fillon French delegation accompanying him, and thanked the continued support of France for the Kurdistan Region, stressing that the victories of the Peshmerga against terrorists are still ongoing, and stressed the need to increase support for displaced people and refugees who have left their cities and regions due to terrorism, and stressed that the Kurdistan Region needs the largest of the international community’s support with regard to the displaced.
The two sides discussed also about the relations between Kurdistan and Iraq and neighboring countries province, he said Nechirvan Barzani said the Kurdistan Region has always wanted to be a factor of stability in the region and have better relations with Iraq and neighboring countries and that is resolved outstanding issues with Baghdad through dialogue.
On the other side of the meeting, the two sides discussed the situation of displaced persons and refugees in the Kurdistan Region and the need for help from the international community and the Iraqi government, in addition to the economic impacts caused by the arrival of a large number of displaced people to the province of Kurdistan and the war against terrorism and the financial crisis on the general situation in the region.
The two sides also discussed, the responsibility and burden of the two major explosions rests with the Kurdistan Regional Government, and the situation of Christians in Iraq and their displacement to the Kurdistan region and the situation in Syria.