The Patriotic Union congratulates the Kurdish mayor in London


25/5/2019 10:48:00
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A member of the Political Bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) and the official of the Public Relations Office, Saadi Ahmed Pira, sent a cable of congratulations to Ibrahim Doğuş, mayor of the Lambeth area in London.

 

On behalf of Mr. Kosrat Rasul Ali, Deputy Secretary-General of the Patriotic Union, and on behalf of all members of the Political Bureau, the Leadership Council and the members of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, he warmly congratulates Doğuş as mayor of the Lambeth district of London.

 

He said: "The PUK is looking forward to the election of a Kurd in the diaspora as head of an area in a capital like London and to the confidence of the British voters," and he was stressing that the Kurdish people all over the world are proud of it.

 

He expressed his hope to the Mayor of Lambeth for his success and performance, and that the region under his presidency will witness more peace, stability, tolerance and co-existence, stressing the support of the Patriotic Union of the Mayor of Lambeth and providing what he can serve in the performance of his duties.

 


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