Washington expressed its satisfaction with the improvement of relations between Baghdad and Erbil


 Policy    2019/06/15 23:21  185    Editor: hr     

Baghdad today – Kurdistan

US Ambassador to Baghdad Matthew Tueller, during his meeting with the President of the Kurdistan region, Nigervan Barzani, on Saturday (June 15, 2019) expressed his satisfaction with the improvement of relations between Baghdad and Erbil.

“The President of the Kurdistan Region, discussed with the new US ambassador to Iraq, several issues, including improved relations between Erbil and Baghdad, and US assistance to the region,” noting that “Barzani met with Toler, and a delegation accompanying him.”

The statement added: “During the meeting, which was attended by Steve Vagan, the US Consul General in the Kurdistan region, Toler presented his congratulations to Barzani on the occasion of assuming the post of President of the Kurdistan region.”

The ambassador stressed “US support for the Kurdistan region and Iraq,” and “highly valued the region’s relations with the United States, and expressed satisfaction with the steps to improve the relations of Erbil – Baghdad in order to solve the problems, and progress in the Kurdistan region.”

For his part, congratulated the President of the Kurdistan region, Toller on “take the duties of Ambassador of America to Iraq and hope for him to succeed in his duties, and expressed readiness of the Kurdistan region to help the success of its work.”

He also thanked Nechirvan Barzani, “US aid to the Kurdistan region in difficult times and in the convergence between Erbil and Baghdad,” and pointed to “continuing steps to improve the relations of Erbil-Baghdad.”

“Barzani,” the importance of assistance to the countries of the international coalition, especially America, in the field of reform in the Kurdistan region and Iraq in general. ”

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