Denmark to open consulate in Kurdistan

ARBIL / The Danish government has decided to open a consulate in Arbil, the capital city of Iraq’s Kurdistan region, according to a senior official in the regional government. “In the context of furthering international relations between the Kurdistan region and the world, Denmark has decided to open a consulate in the region,” a foreign relations department official in the Kurdistan Regional Government Kurdistan RegionG), Falah Mostafa, said in a statement that was received by news agency. Fifteen countries have representative offices and consulates in the northern region, Mostafa noted. Arbil lies 349 km northeast of Baghdad. SS (P) 1

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