Kurdistan Regional Government
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Dave Anderson MP congratulates Kurdistan Region on large turnout in peaceful elections

WED, 29 JUL 2009 17:22 | KRG.org

“I am glad to hear that initial reports from the elections in the Kurdistan Region indicate a large turnout, especially among women voters, and which the UN says took place in an orderly environment, notably free of violence.

We congratulate the Iraqi Kurds on this and look forward to working with the President, Government and all parties in Parliament to cement links between Iraqi Kurdistan and the UK.

As our recent fact finding delegation reported there are great opportunities for increased trade investment and a host of cultural sporting social and other exchanges.”

Dave Anderson MP
Secretary of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Kurdistan Region
Labour Member of Parliament for Blaydon
UK Parliament


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