Shalaw Kosrat Rasul visits the second branch of the KDP in Erbil


21/8/2019 17:07:00
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Shalaw Kosrat Rasul, Official of the third center of the PUK organizations, accompanied by a number of members and administrators of the center visited on Wednesday 21/8/2019 the second branch of the Kurdistan Democratic Party and was received by Ahmed Kani, the branch official.

 

During the meeting, they discussed relations between the PUK and the KDP and the two sides agreed on the need for strong relations between the political parties and taking steps to provide greater services to citizens in coordination and participation of all political forces and parties.

 

Another focus of the meeting was on coordination between the third center of the PUK and the second branch of the KDP in order to provide greater services to the residents of Erbil and try to remove obstacles that stand in the way of serving citizens without any discrimination and develop the reform process.

 

The third center of the PUK and the second branch of KDP stressed on the need to continue serious talks between the political parties to unify the Kurdish political speech.

 

 

 

 

 

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