The PUK and Dawa discuss prospects for joint cooperation


21/8/2019 15:14:00
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Pola Talabani, the head of the Baghdad Organization Center of the PUK, visited the Secretary General of the Islamic Dawa Party, Nouri al-Maliki to congratulate him on his reelection as party secretary general.

 

Pola Talabani told PUKmedia, on Wednesday 21/8/2019, that he discussed with al-Maliki prospects for joint cooperation between the the PUK and the Dawa Party, also discussed the current political situation of Iraq and what achieves security and stability of the country.

 

Talabani stressed during the meeting the need for cooperation between the two sides to resolve the outstanding problems between the region and the federal government.

 

For his part, Nouri al-Maliki expressed his readiness for cooperation to resolve the outstanding issues.

 

 

 

 

PUKmedia - Jamil Zangana / Baghdad


 

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