KRG Office in Baghdad Reopens to Promote Good Ties

The representative office of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in Baghdad has been reopened so as to promote the relations between Erbil and Baghdad.

Head of the office, Faris Issa, told BasNews that the representative facility had been closed for several years, but that it was opened again to work as a “bridge” between the Kurdistan Region and Iraq as the two sides have agreed on resolving the remaining disputes through peaceful dialogue.

He added that the KRG will expand the structure of its office in Baghdad “for the purpose of further activating and institutionalizing the office.”

“We want to make the KRG representative office in Baghdad an umbrella for all the Kurdish factions from the three authorities of legislation, executive, and judiciary from different Kurdistani political parties in Baghdad to address any issues in accordance with the Iraqi Constitution,” Issa concluded. Source

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