PUK meets with the Sadrist movement


21/5/2019 11:07:00
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A delegation from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan is due to meet on Tuesday with the Sadrist movement to discuss the political situation in Iraq and the region.

 

An informed source reported: A delegation from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in the Council of Representatives will visit the Sadrist movement to discuss the political situation in Iraq and the latest changes in the region.

 

The source added: The delegation of the PUK bloc will also discuss with the Sadrist movement the completion of the ministerial cab of the Iraqi government and resolving the subject of heads, deputies, and the rapporteurs of the parliamentary committees.

 

 

PUKmedia \ Kurdsat News


 

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