Arab Parliament urges Kurdistan Region to call off independence referendum
Mishaal Al Salami, Speaker of the Arab Parliament, has called on Masoud Barzani, President of the Kurdistan Region in Iraq, to postpone referendum on the Kurdish region independence in view of the current regional and international situation.
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