About us

About the Chamber

The Czech-Kurdish Chamber of Commerce is an autonomous, non-political, and voluntary association of Czech and foreign business entities, as well as corporate bodies (primarily residing in the region of Iraqi Kurdistan [IK]), engaged in the promotion of business relations between the Czech Republic and Kurdistan. The Chamber was established at the outset of 2015 in accord with the Amendment no. 89/2012 of the Czech Civil Code.

Mandatory information

Company: Česko – kurdská obchodní komora, z.s.
Address: Stará 856/5, Brno 602 00
Identification Number: 03908216
Registered L 20401 at the Regional Court of Law in Brno

Code of rules

Code of rules of Czech Kurdisch chamber of commerce can be found here.

Objectives and Services

The main activity of the Chamber shall aim at fulfilling the purposes of the Chamber. The purposes are of a social and business character and rest especially on:

a) procuring contacts between the subjects of the Chamber;
b) helping by its activities with the general development of reciprocal trading between Czech and RIK economic subjects;
c) helping by its activities with the general development of relations between the Czech Republic and the Autonomous Region of Iraqi Kurdistan;
d) establishing and expanding cooperation between economic subjects of both countries;
e) providing an information service to entrepreneurs;
f)  ensuring professional assistance when concluding business contracts;
g) publishing specialized publications with current information regarding Czech-Kurdish business relations; and
h) publishing specialized printed periodicals and publications within the activities of the Chamber.


Besides the main activity performed pursuant to para. 4 of this article, the previous subsection, the Chamber may also perform secondary economic activity. The secondary economic activity shall support the main activity of the Chamber and may consist especially of the following:

a) publishing;
b) arrangement of business and services;
c) counseling and consultancy, elaboration of expert studies and opinions;
d) advertising, marketing and media representation;
e) translations and interpretation;
f) services in the fields of administration and organizational-economic services; and
g) running cultural, cultural-educative and entertaining facilities, organizing cultural productions, entertainments, exhibitions, trade fairs, shows, selling campaigns and similar activities.