Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte emphasizes strong agricultural ties with Kurdistan Region
Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Prime Minister Masrour Barzani has received a letter from Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, confirming the strong relationship between the countries, particularly in the field of agricultural development.
The Dutch Prime Minister stressed that his country fully supports the economic diversification agenda of the Kurdistan Region, specifically in the agricultural sector.
In the letter, PM Rutte expressed his readiness to develop bilateral relations with the KRG, including trade exchanges, knowledge and expertise sharing, and participation in training courses and programs.
This announcement comes as the Kurdish region boasts its first-ever local pomegranate export and launches media campaigns promoting other locally grown produce. The KRG's commitment to diversifying the economy is likely to pave the way for further collaboration with the Netherlands in various areas.
This letter from the Dutch Prime Minister emphasizes the important relationship between the two nations and highlights the Netherlands' willingness to support the development of the Kurdistan Region. This promising partnership offers new opportunities and a bright economic outlook for the region.