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Kurdistan region calls for NATO to intensify his dealings with the Peshmerga forces

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Kurdistan region calls for NATO to intensify his dealings with the Peshmerga forces




November 21, 2015 0



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Student government official Foreign Relations Falah Mustafa, Kurdistan province, on Saturday, the NATO countries to step up his dealings with the Peshmerga forces and arming and training, as called for the need to assist the region in the political and economic levels.

He said the Office of Foreign Relations Kurdistan Regional Government in a statement seen by the agency, "our economy" news that "Relations Office official Falah Mustafa participated as a representative of the Kurdistan region in meeting the public the 61st General Assembly of NATO, held in Broscal," noting that "Mustafa Browse in his speech during the meeting political, security and humanitarian situation in the region. "

Mustafa confirmed by the statement, "the Kurdistan region to need international support in the political, economic and humanitarian areas," calling at the same time, "NATO nations to step up their dealings with the Peshmerga forces."

Mustafa and called for "the need to arm and train the Peshmerga forces calling for assistance treat the wounded Peshmerga."

Participated Kurdistan region during the past months, a number of international meetings and conferences to discuss the conditions on the ground in the war against "Daash", where seven European and foreign countries announced a (Canada, Albania and Algik, Britain, France, Italy and the United States), is ready to send aid to the region.

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