: Erbil hosts the 14th international culture and language festival
Erbil, the capital of the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq hosted the international Culture and language Festival with the participation of 14 countries around the world, the festival included a variety of events, dances, folklore songs of popular different components in Iraq, the festival aims to unify the concept of brotherhood between feigned community components
Despite the intensification of fighting between the Peshmerga forces and ISIS but Kurdistan region is still vibrant in various fields. Erbil hosted the international Culture and language Festival with the participation of 14 countries around the world, after the IFLC dialogue organization in the Middle East which choose students of schools from around the world to organize the 14th international Festival, which has seen a series of presentations and events, dances, folk songs popular for nationalities and various spectra around the world and in the presence of hundreds of attendees from various nationalities and components that coexist in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
The festival was attended by hundreds of different nationalities and Iraqi Kurdistan components and the desirability of the components present made them learn about different languages and diverse cultures through art events and folkloric dances and other activities presented at the festival.