AKnews reports that a Kurdish-Dutch business association has been established in Amsterdam to enhance economic and financial relations between the Kurdistan Region and the Netherlands.
Association member Bakir Lashkri said:
"The club's function is to help Dutch companies that want to invest in the Kurdistan Region and also to improve relations between the Kurds and the Dutch. One of the association’s duties is to explain to European investors that the Kurdistan Region is stable and its security situation is not the same as Iraq."
Many Kurdish and Dutch investors attended the association’s launch event today. The association is managed by Bakir Lashkri, Halil Dokan, Kinana Tastan and Marko Mass.
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