Rewaz Fayaq receives a congratulatory message from Masrour Barzani


12/7/2019 11:54:00
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Masrour Barzani, Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government, sent a congratulatory message to Dr. Rewaz Fayaq on the occasion of her election as Speaker of the Kurdistan Parliament.

 

The text of the message is as follow:

 

Mrs. Rewaz Fayaq, President of the Parliament of Kurdistan

 

On the occasion of your election as President of the Parliament of Kurdistan, I extend my warm congratulations to you. I wish you success in this national duty, and the relations between the legislative and executive authorities will be strong for joint action and provide the best service to the citizens of Kurdistan and the development of the democratic process in the region.

 

I wish you success in your work, and wish we can provide best services for the citizence of the Kurdistan Regional Govenrnment and develop the democratic process.

 

 

PUKmedia

 

 


 

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