Announced by Qatari Foreign Minister Khalid Al Attiya, on Monday, a donation of his country in the amount of two million euros to support the displaced people in the Kurdistan region, and as he emphasized that his visit to the city of Erbil, "talkshop" to the one he made to Baghdad, pointed out that the objective of "developing" relations between Iraq and Qatar .
Said Qatari Foreign Minister Khalid al-Attiyah during a press conference with Interior Minister Kurdistan region Karim Sinjari in Erbil airport, and attended (range Press), said that "my visit to the Kurdistan region today, is complementary to the visit which you made a few months ago to Baghdad."
Al-Attiyah said that "the purpose of the visit is to develop relations between the State of Qatar and Iraq."
For his part, welcomed the interior minister Karim Sinjari Kurdistan during the conference, "visiting Qatari Foreign Minister Khalid al-Attiyah of the Kurdistan region."
Sinjari and stressed that "Qatar has donated an amount two million euros to assist and support displaced Iraqis who came out of their cities because of the control of the organization (Daash) it since June 2014, through a memorandum was signed with Al-Attiyah before the conference."
And he arrived in the Qatari foreign minister, Khalid bin Mohamed al-Attiyah, on Sunday, to Erbil on an official visit lasting several days aimed at strengthening the relationship between the Kurdistan region and Qatar.
The Qatari Foreign Minister, Khalid Bin Mohammad Al Attiyah, arrived in Baghdad on Thursday (May 28 of the current), on an official visit to discuss several common issues with Iraqi officials, in a move that is the first Qatari official to the country since 2003.
And going through the Iraqi-Qatari relations in stages tug of war since 2003, and so far, at the time accused some Iraqi political forces Qatar of meddling in Iraq's internal affairs and finance some terrorist groups, it did not seek the State of Qatar after the fall of Saddam's regime to improve its relations with Iraq, which some say was the lack of welcome political change that took place then.
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