In its first issue, Kurdistan in Arabic magazine features Kurdistan Region ties with international community

The magazine aims to provide readers with an objective platform by integrating professional journalism and diverse perspectives.
The cover of the Kurdistan in Arabic magazine. (Photo: Designed by Kurdistan24)
The cover of the Kurdistan in Arabic magazine. (Photo: Designed by Kurdistan24)

ERBIL (Kurdistan24) – Kurdistan in Arabic is an independent monthly magazine that is published in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. The magazine covers a wide range of topics including politics, culture, history, business, and more.

Kurdistan in Arabic also publishes interviews with Kurdish notables and opinion articles written by academics and journalists. It covers issues that affect daily life throughout the region, serving as a source of information for those interested in learning about various aspects of Kurdish history, culture, and politics.

The magazine aims to provide readers with an objective platform by integrating professional journalism and diverse perspectives. Additionally, it fosters an environment that encourages public discussion about events occurring in the region and beyond.

Additionally, Kurdistan in Arabic collaborates closely with civil society organizations and NGOs that work within Kurdish communities worldwide. This collaboration involves conducting interviews, writing opinion articles, and conducting investigative journalism that focuses on current Kurdish issues. Furthermore, the magazine aims to provide Kurdish diaspora with easy access to essential information and news about the Kurdistan Region.

This issue of the magazine contains several crucial articles. These articles discuss the role of the Kurdistan Region in the international community and its relations with other countries. Additionally, it covers the Kurdistan Region's initiatives on combating climate change, as well as many other topics.

In the inaugural issue of the magazine, well-known international journalist Chris Johannes highlights the significance of Kurdistan Region Prime Minister Masrour Barzani's visit to Washington, underscoring its pivotal role in strengthening the partnership between the Kurdistan Region and the United States.

Johannes indicated that Prime Minister Barzani's visit to Washington, and the commitment of both sides to strengthen their relations, have enhanced Kurdistan Region-US friendship through increased attention to security, economic, and political cooperation.