Kosrat Rasul meets the PUK's Media Office

18/3/2019 18:07:00

Mr. Kosrat Rasul Ali, Deputy Secretary-General of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan met on Monday 18/3-2019 the PUK's Media Office in Sulaymaniyah.


During the meeting, which was attended by Omar Fattah and Hakim Qadir Hama Jan, members of the working body in the Political Bureau, Emad Ahmed and Rafa'at Abdullah, member of the Political Bureau and Qadir Aziz, a member of the Political Bureau and the Supervisor of the Media Office of the PUK and Rahbar Sayed Braym, The Official of the Media office of the PUK, the situation in the Kurdistan Region and the positions of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the mechanism of improving the delivery of the message of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in media was discussed.


On the other side of the meeting, Kosrat Rasul and the comrades in the Political Bureau explained his vision to the Media Office's team and confirmed during the meeting that the PUK has a vision and a clear program for the next phase of governance in the Kurdistan Region and believes that the real partnership is the basis for a successful government.


On the other hand, the media situation was discussed and the steps to be taken to improve and accelerate the delivery of the vision of the PUK on crucial issues.


Mr. Kosrat Rasul informed the PUK's media workers that they should be the true voice and color of the people and always try to act honestly and responsibly to serve the PUK, the Kurds and Kurdistan.




PUKmedia / Media Office of Deputy Secretary General of the PUK


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