The Kurdistan Regional Government UK Representation participated in the annual party conference of the Labour Party

Alternate Text News : 9/26/2022

London, United Kingdom (, the Kurdistan Regional Government Representation in the UK’s delegation led by Karwan Jamal Tahir, the KRG Representative in the UK, attended the Labour Party's annual conference held in Liverpool on 25-28 September.

During the conference, the delegation participated in several fringes to learn about the Labour Party's views and strategies, especially their foreign policy and position on global issues.

High Representative Karwan Jamal Tahir met during the conference with several ambassadors and heads of diplomatic missions, where they reiterated furthering the bilateral relations.

The delegation also participated in a special reception for the heads of diplomatic missions and ambassadors, which David Lammy, Shadow Foreign Secretary, hosted. In his speech, he highlighted the general direction of Labour's foreign policy and stressed the need to strengthen Britain's role and influence in international affairs.

Shadow Defense Secretary John Haley stressed his party's commitment to protecting international security and supporting British allies. In a short conversation with the Shadow Foreign Minister, The KRG UK High Representative, Karwan Jamal Tahir, reiterated the Kurdistan Region's desire to develop relations with the Labour Party further and extended an open invitation to David Lammy to visit the Kurdistan Region.

On the sidelines of the conference, the KRG Representation hosted a reception in which several members of the Labour Party, diplomats and activists attended. In his speech, High Representative Karwan Jamal Tahir thanked the UK for assisting the Kurdistan Region and stressed the need to continue the strong relations between the two nations. In a speech, Bambos Charalambos MP, Shadow Minister of the Middle East and North Africa, praised the role of the Kurdistan Region in the fight against ISIS terrorists and the freedom, democracy and coexistence that has become a successful example in the region. He also stressed the need to continue the strong relations between the Kurdistan Region and the UK.

On the last day of the conference, the delegation attended the leader's speech Sir Keir Starmer, in which he shed light on the party's strategy and priorities.