Shanaz Ibrahim participates in the anniversary of the Intifada and Women's Day


7/3/2019 22:59:00
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Shanaz Ibrahim Ahmed, Director of Foreign affairs of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, took part in the 28th anniversary of the uprising and the eighth of March on International Women's Day on Thursday.

 

On Thursday, Ms. Shanaz Ibrahim Ahmed participated in the ceremony marking the 28th anniversary of the uprising against the Ba’athist regime and March 8, International Women's Day, held at the Institute of Sports Education in Sulaymaniyah Governorate.

 

The Institute held a number of events on both occasions. The students performed a number of artistic and cultural activities, including a display of Kurdish costumes for all parts of Kurdistan, commemorating the anniversary of the glorious revolution and the occasion of International Women's Day.

 

Among the events of commemorating the Intifada and International Women's Day, Ms. Shanaz Ibrahim took part in the Women's Handmade Exhibition held at the Azad Shawqi Hall in central Sulaymaniyah, organized by the Directorate General of Social Control and the Khanzad Cultural Organization.

 

 

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