Kosrat Rasul: We will not compromise on the demands of the people of Kurdistan


20/2/2019 11:58:00
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The expanded meeting of the Political Bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan with the members and cadres of the offices, centers and institutions of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, which was held in Sulaymaniyah, has ended.

During the meeting, Mr. Kosrat Rasul, Deputy Secretary-General of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, delivered a speech in which he stressed that the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan will not compromise on the demands of the people of Kurdistan.

He reaffirmed that the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan will begin implementing reforms.

Today, the Political Bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan held an expanded meeting in the presence of members and cadres of offices and centers and institutions of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Hall of the Art (Talary Hunar) building in the city of Sulaymaniyah.


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