India Ready to Help in KRG's Public Sector Capacity Building

ERBILó India is willing to encourage its businessmen to invest in the Kurdistan Region and offers to help in training Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG)'s employees, according to India's secretary of economic relations.

Amar Sinha made the comment as he visited KRG's Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani on Wednesday in Erbil.

Sinha, who is on his first tour to Kurdistan Region, extended his thanks to Barzani for the support that the Indian workers who operate in different sectors in Kurdistan receive and for the "decent" behavior which they are dealt with.

The official also commended the religious and ethnic coexistence in Kurdistan as he also paid tribute to the bravery of Kurdistan public and Peshmerga forces in confronting extremists and for Kurdistan's generosity in hosting a huge number of people who fled Islamic State (IS) terror.

PM Barzani thanked the Indian delegation for their visit and comments and stressed the KRG is ready to coordinate with India in different sectors, especially for running capacity building courses.

Indian delegation and Barzani also deliberated on the latest developments in the battle against the IS.

On Tuesday, Sinha also visited Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani in Erbil and hoped for improving ties with Kurdistan Region.