Start of the joint meeting between PUK and PDK


17/6/2019 12:12:00
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The delegation of the Kurdistan Democratic Party headed by Masrour Barzani, trustee of forming the new government in the Kurdistan Region to the Political Bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in the city of Sulaymaniyah.

 

The delegation of the PDK was received by Emad Ahmed, a member of the Political Bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, and the joint meeting between the two sides started.

 

The delegation of the PUK consisted of Emad Ahmed, Rafa’at Abdullah, member of the Political Bureau, Latif Sheikh Omar, Adnan Hama Mina, members of the Leadership Council and Lahur Sheikh Jangi.

 

The delegation of the PDK consisted of Masrour Barzani, trustee to form the government, Dilshad Shihab Hemn Hawrami, Omed Khoshnaw, and Frsat Sofi leaders of the PDK.

 

 

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