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SAT, 15 MAY 2021 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. 

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Selected Articles
Another Village in Duhok Vacated Amid PKK-Turkey Conflicts


The village of Chalka, in Kani Masi subdistrict, where 18 Christian families used to live, was vacated amid military conflicts between the PKK and Turkish army as well as bombardments in the region, Amedi Mayor Ismail Mustafa told media.

President Masoud Barzani, Iraqi National Security Advisor Discuss IS Threat in Disputed Areas


Barzani and Araji emphasized on the importance of joint efforts between the Peshmerga and Iraqi forces to counter terrorism in the country and secure the disputed territories.

Japanese consul in Erbil visits Kurdistan Democratic Party Foreign Relations Office.


Positive dialogue between Mr. Kazimi's cabinet and Mr. Massrour Barzani’s cabinet, which eventually led to an agreement on Iraq's budget, and also mentioned the ISIS terrorist group, which continues to exploit the vacuum in areas defined by Iraq's constitution as disputed territories.