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SUN, 19 JAN 2020 Kurdistan Region (GMT +3)

Organizational structure

The Foreign Relations Office of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) is the Outreach Body of the Party. The office is responsible for all KDP’s international and regional relations with political parties, MPs, decision-makers, think-tanks, and any other non-governmental organizations and institutions. The office consists of six desks and two departments: European Desk, Middle East and Africa Desk, Eurasia Desk, American Desk, International Organizations and Institutions Desk, Media and Protocol Desk, Administration Department, Office Records and Correspondence Department, and led by the Head.

Selected Articles
Iraq Should Not Become Battleground for Regional Rivalries: Kurdistan President

Qatari Foreign Minister said that his country views the Kurdistan Region’s efforts in restoring peace and stability in the region as highly constructive and reiterated that Qatar sees its relations with the Kurdistan Region as an important one.

PM Barzani, Qatari FM Discuss Regional Security, Bilateral Trade Ties

Concerning the recent developments in Iraq and the wider region, the pair called for the de-escalation of tensions, urging all sides to preserve peace and security in the Middle East, Barzani's office said in a statement.

President Nechirvan Barzani meets with Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdulmahdi

In the meeting, the situation in Iraq and the aftermath of the latest events and developments after the start of the new year were discussed. The tensions between the United States and Iran and the ongoing demonstrations in Iraq and the country’s relations with neighboring countries were also put to discussion. The two sides also discussed the pending issues between Baghdad and Erbil and ways to solve the problems.