The PUK organizations Committee in Germany confirm helping the Kurdish community

8/3/2019 13:19:00

The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan organizations Committee in Germany on Friday visited the Iraqi Consulate General and confirmed the assistance of the Kurdish community in Germany.


Dr. Mohammed Mustafa, the Iraqi Consul General in Germany, received a delegation from the PUK organizations Committee in Germany headed by Dler Sayd, the committee's official, accompanied by the comrades in the committee Karwan Muhandis, a member of the working body of the committee and Sheikh Ahmed, the official of the organizations to strengthen relations and coordination between the Iraqi Consulate General in Frankfurt and the German Organizing Committee.


The meeting discussed the situation of the Iraqi community in general and the Kurdish in particular and the role and services of the consulate in solving the problems and obstacles faced by the Kurdish community.


The committee confirmed the assistant of the Iraqi consulate and the facilitation of the transactions for Kurdish citizens living in central and southern Germany, wishing to help the Kurdish community at the consular level and Germany.


For his part, the Iraqi consul-general in Frankfurt said he was pleased with the visit and described it as important, expressing the readiness of the consulate to support coordination with the committee of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in Germany.






PUKmedia / Media office of the PUK Organizations Committee in Germany


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