ERBIL — An delegation from the US-led Coalition on Tuesday visited Kurdistan Region Peshmerga Ministry, discussing joint operations against the Islamic State (IS) in the region.
The Coalition delegation, consisting of advisors, visited the headquarters of the 14th Infantry Brigade of the Ministry of Peshmerga.
The Peshmerga Ministry said in a statement that the Coalition delegation was welcomed by Brigadier General Elmi Mazuri, commander of the Brigade and brigade officers.
During the meeting, both sides agreed to carry out additional joint operations against the jihadist group, according to the statement.
They also agreed to improve relations as well as cooperation between the Peshmerga, Iraqi and Global Coalition forces.
The sides also shed light on joint operations between the Peshmerga and Iraqi forces in the country.
"Both sides stressed on continuing and conducting more joint operations against ISIS terrorists in areas of security gap that interest to both sides," the statement said.
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