KRG, Iraqi Prime Ministers emphasize constitutional dialogue in Baghdad meeting

The discussions focused on the general situation in Iraq, addressing national-level issues, and reviewing the federal government's initiatives in the fields of services and economy.
KRG PM Masrour Barzani shaking hands with Iraq's Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani. (Photo: Kurdistan 24)
KRG PM Masrour Barzani shaking hands with Iraq's Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani. (Photo: Kurdistan 24)

ERBIL (Kurdistan24) - Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani and Kurdistan Region’s Prime Minister Masrour Barzani have reiterated the importance of resolving issues through constitutional dialogue.

The affirmation came during their meeting in Baghdad on Thursday, according to the prime minister's press office.

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The discussions focused on the general situation in Iraq, addressing national-level issues, and reviewing the federal government's initiatives in the fields of services and economy.

Both leaders highlighted the necessity of ongoing meetings and constructive dialogue to resolve matters in accordance with the law and the provisions of the constitution.

The meeting underscored the significance of continuing constructive dialogue to benefit all Iraqi communities and citizens.

"They discussed common issues and emphasized the continuation of meetings and constructive dialogue in order to resolve issues in accordance with the law and the provisions of the constitution, which is in the interest of the country," stated the Iraq’s Prime Minister's press office.

Prime Minister Barzani also met with Iraqi National Security Advisor Qassem al-Araji prior to his meeting with Prime Minister al-Sudani.

Barzani shared details of his meeting with Araji on the social networking site X (formerly Twitter), highlighting their agreement on the constitutional status of the Kurdistan Region.

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"We agreed with Iraqi National Security Advisor Qassem al-Araaji that the Kurdistan Region is a constitutional region and the strength of the region is the strength of Iraq and vice versa, so there should be the best relationship between the Kurdistan Region and the federal government," Barzani stated.

He further emphasized the positive coordination between the Kurdistan Region and the federal government in terms of security, expressing hope that this cooperation will extend to other areas as well.