KRG UK Representative discuses business collaboration with the Head of British Expertise International    

London, United Kingdom ( The Kurdistan Regional Government High Representative to the United Kingdom, Karwan Jamal Tahir was welcomed by Tracy Smith the CEO of the British Expertise International and Derrick Sanyahumbi the Director of International Development at Strategy International.

During the meeting, Mr Tahir briefed them about the latest political, economic and security developments in Kurdistan Region and the wider Region. He also stressed on the importance of further strengthening the bilateral economic and trade cooperation between Kurdistan Region and United Kingdom.

On their behalf, Ms Smith expressed her willingness to work closely with the KRG UK Representation in order to revive the economic and trade engagement between both sides.


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