The KRG has reached a consensus with Baghdad’s Government, led by PM Haidar al-Abadi, to engage in a dialogue to resolve the ongoing political crisis in Iraq.
Iraq's national elections will be held as scheduled on May 15, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said Saturday.
Egypt Air suspends flights on Friday between Cairo and Erbil, the capital of Kurdistan, in response to the Iraqi Civil Aviation Authorities’ halting of flights.
The Iraqi government protects the rights and privileges of all our people, including our Kurdish citizens, and that any actions taken are careful not to harm them.
Iraq’s Vice-President Ayad Allawi proposed a seven-item "national initiative" Monday to solve the current crisis.
Egypt expressed its deep concern over possible negative repercussions that may arise from holding Kurdistan’s independence referendum.
Egypt expressed its deep concern over possible negative repercussions of holding Kurdistan’s independence referendum, said a Tuesday statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
“It is the most historic day in my life,” Foreign Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Falah Mustafa said on Monday.
The most-know developments of Kurdistan’s independence referendum so far.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım said Monday that Turkey will establish closer relations with the Iraqi Central government
Iran and Turkey have expressed their concerns over the referendum of Kurdistan; both countries have started military maneuvers along the border of Iraq.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al Abadi reiterated Iraq's firm stance rejecting holding a referendum on Kurdistan's independence
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry expressed in a statement Thursday its worry over the Iraqi Kurdistan independence referendum that is going to take place on September 25.