Hungarian President arrives in Kurdistan Region

Hungary’s new President Katalin Novak arrives to attend her inauguration ceremony at the Kossuth Square in Budapest, Hungary, May 14, 2022. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo

SULAIMANI (ESTA) — Hungarian President Katalin Novak arrived in the Kurdistan Region on Friday.

The President just landed in Erbil, marking the first-ever such a visit from a senior Hungarian official to the Region.

Esta Media Network has learned that the Hungarian official is set to conduct a series of meetings with the top Kurdish officials, discussing the bilateral ties.

She is also expected the pay a visit to the Hungarian forces that deployed in the Region as a part of the U.S.-led collation mission to defeat the Islamic State (ISIS).

It is worth mentioning that prior to Erbil Novak was in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, just a few hours ago,  where she met Iraqi President Latif Rashid.

The two President discussed strengthening the ties between the two countries, expanding their collaborations, according to Iraqi Media.

Previous Article

PUK President calls on Kurdish forces to protect Kurdistan 'like their eyes'

Next Article

Iraq’s November oil output down in line with OPEC+ quota, SOMO data show

Related Posts