The Chancellor of the Kurdistan Region’s Security Council emphasized that Kurdistan will remain a stable and safe haven in the Middle East.
On Tuesday Masrour Barzani received Hungary’s Ambassador to Iraq Atilla Tar and discussed the bilateral relations, military cooperation and training to Peshmerga forces and the progress of the war against ISIS in Mosul. He praised Hungarian’s army training team and explained that Kurdistan will remain a stable and safe haven and that the independence of Kurdistan will be a stability factor for the whole area.
Ambassador Tar hailed the security and stability conditions in Kurdistan Region and reinstated his country’s commitment to train and work closely with the Peshmerga forces. He also added that Hungary is working on expanding the military assistances to the Peshmerga forces. The Hungarian Ambassador said that his country is seriously committed to its relationship with Kurdistan and will be supportive of any area of cooperation that Kurdistan seeks.
“ISIS is a lost cause,” said Masrour Barzani on ISIS defeats in Mosul. “After four months of fighting the group has lost fighters, capability and morale.”