PUK co-leader visits an elderly nursing home in Sulaymaniyah

4/3/2021 14:15:00

The co-leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Lahur Sheikh Jangi on Thursday inspected the conditions of the elderly nursing home in the Sulaymaniyah Governorate.


PUK's co-leader and his wife had breakfast organized by the Mam Humanitarian Foundation with the elderly.


"Pleased to have had breakfast this morning with a number of mothers and fathers from the elderly home, organized by Mam Humanitarian Foundation," Sheikh Jangi said.


PUK's co-leader extended his gratitude to the staff at the elderly home and the Social Care Directorate for their compassionate efforts.


Sheikh Jangi relayed that a more suitable environment and decent living should be provided for the elderly, adding that "we would help and support them in providing for their needs."






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