ERBIL — Kurdistan Region Prime Minister Masrour Barzani on Wednesday met with Sigrid Kaag, the Minister of Finance and First Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands, to discuss strengthening partnership in different areas of potential cooperation.
“We partner with the Netherlands on security, reform, and private sector growth,” PM Barzani wrote on Twitter after the meeting to underscore the growing relations between Erbil and Amsterdam.
“Sigrid Kaag and I spoke about micro-finance for startups, scholarships, and vocational training. Our people are our richest asset,” the Kurdish prime minister added.
The meeting took place on the sidelines of the annual summit of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, where over 50 world leaders and hundreds of international organizations and business owners gathered to discuss the current challenges facing the world.
We partner with the Netherlands on security, reform, and private sector growth. @SigridKaag and I spoke about micro-finance for startups, scholarships, and vocational training.— Masrour Barzani (@masrour_barzani) May 25, 2022
Our people are our richest asset. #WEF22 pic.twitter.com/5k8RVbysex