High delegation from Western Kurdistan visits the Political Bureau


13/6/2019 13:52:00
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Omer Fattah, member of the working body of the Political Bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, in the presence of Parwin Kaka Hama, a member of the leadership council, and Tahsin Namiq, the foreign relations official of the PUK, received a high-ranking political delegation from Western Kurdistan headed by Shahoz Hawsangi.

 

During the meeting, they discussed the political developments in western Kurdistan and the region. The meeting also discussed relations between the two sides.

 

During the meeting, Omer Fattah pointed out that the political parties in western Kurdistan should solve the problems through dialogue, in light of the sensitive changes that the region is undergoing, stressing that a peaceful and democratic solution is the best choice for rights issues and in the interest of all.

 

For their part, the delegation of West Kurdistan thanked the keenness of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, to work to resolve the harmony between the political parties and the unity of the ranks of Kurds in western Kurdistan.

 

 

PUKmedia 


 

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