Abadi and Barzani discuss the battles for liberation and call for unification of political discourse


 

Political

Since 07/03/2017 17:57 (Baghdad time)

BAGHDAD – balances News

Search Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Tuesday, with the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, freeing cities from regulating Daesh terrorist battles, as the two sides called for the unification of the political discourse of what the country is going through challenges.

The Office of the Prime Minister, in a statement, received / balances News /, a copy of it, that “al-Abadi met in Arbil on Tuesday, the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, During the meeting, the blessing of the victories achieved in Mosul and the importance sustain the momentum of these victories and the emphasis on strengthening the work between center and the region. “

The statement added, “it was also invited everyone to unite the political discourse of the state of the country entitled to the challenges of working together in order to overcome them.”

The statement, that “the two sides discussed the issue of displaced persons and further efforts on them, as well as to emphasize the great coordination and understanding between the different forms of the Peshmerga forces, including in the fight against terror Daesh gangs.”

He stressed the meeting, according to the statement, that “the country is witnessing a large outdoor open and this requires action in order to move forward in this opening for his service.”

This arrived, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, today, to Erbil, while the head of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, was received upon his arrival Alakulaim.anthy 29/9 P

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