Council of Ministers of the Kurdistan Region holds its first meeting

11/7/2019 16:44:00

President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Masrour Barzani, and Qubad Talabani, Vice President of the Kurdistan Regional Government on Thursday, July 11, 2019, held the first meeting with the new cabinet ministers of the KRG.


Barzani and Talabani demanded the new ministers to work according to the government program, and also to work in a national spirit far from partisan in the service of citizens in the Kurdistan Region.


According to the information obtained by PUKmedia: A committee formed by the Council of Ministers, especially the exchange of ministries included Sha’ban Sha’ban Chali, Director of the Prime Minister's Office, Omed Sabah, Head of the Prime Minister's Office and Amanj Rahim, Secretary of the Council of Ministers.


According to the information, all ministries are scheduled to be exchanged by the end of next week.



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