Kosrat Rasul discusses the current situations with Fuad Masum

23/5/2019 00:21:00

On Wednesday, Mr. Kosrat Rasul Ali, Deputy Secretary-General of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, received in the city of Sulaymaniyah, former President of the Republic Dr. Fuad Masum, in the presence of Qadir Hama Jan, a member of the Political Bureau of the PUK.


During the meeting, they discussed the current situation in Iraq and the relations between the Kurdistan Region and the Iraqi government. The two sides stressed that the outstanding problems should be addressed through dialogue and mutual understanding.


On the other side of the meeting, Mr. Kosrat Rasul Ali and and Dr. Fuad Masum discussed the relations between the political parties and the situation in the Kurdistan Region. The two sides stressed the necessity of unity of speech of the Kurdish parties towards the special aubjects of the people of Kurdistan.


The Deputy Secretary General of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the former President discussed the role of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in resolving the important and fateful subjects in the Kurdistan Region and Baghdad.



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