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Kurdistan Region President to meet UK PM, secretaries of defense, state: Official
From Kurdistan24.net
15-09-2021 - ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – Kurdistan Region President Nechirvan Barzani is scheduled to meet top officials on his visit to the United Kingdom, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson as well as Britain’s secretaries of defense and state, according to the agenda.
President Barzani landed in London early Wednesday. He was welcomed by a number of British officials, including Britain’s Ambassador to Iraq, Mark Bryson-Richardson.
The Kurdish president is meeting with Johnson, British Secretary of State Dominic Raab, and Secretary of Defense Ben Wallace to discuss “developing ties and broaden the scope of cooperation between the Kurdistan Region and UK”.
They will also discuss the “fight against terrorism” and “Iraq and the region’s stability” read an official press release from Barzani’s office. 
The Kurdistan Region’s flag was flying alongside Britain's Union Jack at the airport when Barzani arrived.
//www.kurdistan24.net/en/story/25559-Kurdistan-Region-President-to-meet-UK-PM,-secretaries-of-defense,-state:-Official

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