Patriotic Union and Change Movement Held a meeting and discussed developing relations


9/10/2019 12:57:00
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On Wednesday, October 9, 2019, a delegation from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) visited the headquarters of the Change Movement in the city of Sulaimaniya, met with the coordinator and a number of officials in the Change Movement.

 

After the meeting, Imad Ahmed, a member of the PUK political bureau, said during a press conference followed by PUKmedia: Our visit today was to congratulate the general coordinator and the executive body of the Change Movement on the occasion of their reelection.

 

He added: We discussed during the meeting, a number of important political files.

 

For his part, Adnan Othman, leader of the Change Movement said: Today's visit is a good start to strengthen and develop relations between the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Change Movement and we need good and strong relations with the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan.

 

He added: What is happening in Kurdistan, Iraq and the region needs to strengthen relations and the unified discourse of the Kurdish forces at the level of Iraq, Kurdistan and the region.

 

He added: It is necessary that the political parties abide by the agreements concluded between them and we will discuss strengthening our relations with the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in future meetings.

 

He explained: We discussed today to strengthen relations and the partnership between the Patriotic Union and the Change Movement, especially in the city of Sulaymaniyah as we have a government and joint management together.

 

 

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