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TUE, 15 OCT 2019 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
UK Committed to Supporting Peshmerga Ministry Reform

The Kurdish and British officials emphasized on the importance of the close military coordination between the Peshmerga forces and Iraqi army in order to prevent the rebirth of IS.
China Urges Turkey to End Syria Offensive

Geng Shuang, a spokesperson for China’s foreign ministry, said Turkey is required to cease fire immediately and “come back to the right track”.

PICTURES: Kurds Gather in Erbil to Rain Flowers over French Consulate

rance is among the friend nations of Kurdistan Region. It played a key role in establishing the significant no-fly zone in 1991 to protect the Kurds against Saddam Hussein. France also was a major mediator to help the Erbil and Baghdad ease the political and military tensions in 2017 after Kurdistan Region’s independence referendum.