Mala Bakhtiar discusses obstacles to the development of Iraqi art


6/10/2019 23:07:00
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On Sunday, October 6, 2019, Mala Bakhtiyar, head of the Executive Body in PUK’s Political Bureau, received a delegation from the Iraqi Artists Syndicate headed by Jabbar Judy.

 

The meeting discussed the technical situation in Iraq, the obstacles facing the artists and ways to overcome obstacles in the art’s way in the country.

 

“What is sad is to ignore the Arab public opinion and also to inform the neighboring countries of the tribulations and tragedies suffered by the Kurds throughout history, especially during the rule of the regime that committed heinous crimes,” Mala Bakhtiyar said.

 

He continued “The deceased President, Mam Jalal and the late supreme religious authority, Sayyid Ali al-Sistani, were both barriers to sectarian and civil wars.”

 

 

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