PUK Political Bureau congratulates Islamic Supreme Council

6/4/2021 15:55:00

The Political Bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) on Tuesday sent a congratulatory message to iraq's Supreme Political Council on the occasion of the success of the 13th World Congress.


The following is the full text of the message: 


On behalf of the Joint Presidency, the Political Bureau and the Leadership Council of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, we send you the warmest congratulations on the success of the 13th General Conference of the Supreme Islamic Council of Iraq and the re-election of Sheikh Hammam Baqir Hammoudi as president of the Council.


We hope that the success of your conference and the selection of the president, the political bureau and the new leadership will be a source of further development and prosperity for your struggling Council, in order to achieve its goals and serve all Iraqi peoples.


The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), which has historical ties with the Supreme Islamic Council in Iraq and over the past years and throughout the years of struggle and through various stations, was in the same trench against the oppression and tyranny of the Baathist regime, as well as in the construction of a new Iraq, and they were the same on many issues. We are keen to develop fraternal relations between us.


Once again, we congratulate you and wish you continued success.


Political Bureau

Patriotic Union of Kurdistan






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