Karwan Jamal Tahir, the Kurdistan Regional Government High Representative to the United Kingdom was among ambassadors and senior dignitaries from more than 100 countries at a Diplomatic Reception hosted by the Mayor of London at City Hall on Monday 26 February 2018.
Mr Tahir met with Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London and the members of diplomatic corbs in the UK and exchanged views on further fostering the bilateral relations. Sadiq Khan praised the valuable role of diplomats in the city and thanked them for their efforts in strengthening relationships between the capital and their respective countries. The Mayor called for international backing on gender equality and to use the momentum of the #MeToo movement to end harassment and inequality.
The Mayor also renewed his call for the government to guarantee that the three million EU citizens living in the UK due to their social, economic and cultural contribution to the society. “London is and always will be open to everyone — regardless of the colour of your skin, passport or flag” the Mayor added.
All-party parliamentary group (APPG) on Kurdistan holds its annual general meeting
The all-party parliamentary group (APPG) on the Kurdistan Region in Iraq, which marks its eleventh anniversary this year, held its annual general meeting this week.
KRG UK Representation holds its Summer Reception at the UK Parliament
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KRG High Representative meets Lebanon ambassador to the UK
The two sides discussed areas of mutual concerns including security, political, cultural and economic developments in both the Kurdistan Region and Lebanon. Mr Tahir underlined the strong collaboratio
KRG UK High Representative participates at the GE Moore Lecture Series on Photographs of Anthony Kersting OA and Richard Wildings at Dulwich College
A lecture series was hosted by Dulwich College to reflect upon the historical photographs from the archives of Anthony Kersting along with the contemporary photographs of Richard Wilding, a London bas