Kurdistan Regional Government Foreign policy Perspectives and Diplomacy
The international role of the KRG and the future development of its para-diplomacy
The Kurdistan Region is an autonomous region in the northern parts of Iraq comprising the four Kurdish-majority populated governorates of Dohuk, Erbil, Halabja and Sulaymaniyah and borders Iran, Syria and Turkey.
To develop the best possible relations with the Iraqi federal government.
The KRG believes that any outstanding issues, or any new disagreements that may emerge, should be resolved within the framework of the Iraqi Constitution.
Close cooperation between the institutions of the Kurdistan Region and the federal government is essential to a stable and prosperous Iraq.
The major Kurdish parties have supported the formation of successive Iraqi governments since the removal of Baath regime and will continue to participate in the national affairs of Iraq so long as our rights and freedoms are protected by the constitutional order.
Kemal Yildirim is a professor in comparative Politics and works on Middle eastern studies as well as South east Asia and Africa.
He has more than 50 books and 100 articles published in peer journals.
He has also a number of feature films and Documentaries.
He acted as a Film director and Film Producer.