The famous Kurdish theater actor Dilshad Ahmed died on Monday after battle with Cancer in the Swedish city of Utopuri.
The late artist was a Peshmerga fighters in the eighties who defended his homeland and worked with this spirit to introduce Kurdish art to the world.
The late actor Dilshad Ahmed was a graduate of the Institute of Fine Arts in Sulaymaniyah, and in the mid-nineties, he established and formed a Kurdish association in the name of the Kurdish Fine Arts Association in Sweden and was president of the association and participated in annual international cultural festivals and presented many plays on the International Day of Theater.
The deceased also organized many seminars and meetings for the exiled Kurds in the city of Utopuri and sent many invitations to the Kurdish musical groups to Sweden, such as the Sulaymaniyah orchestra and the Shinerwe group of Halabja.
He also invited most of the artists and directors from all four parts of Kurdistan to participate in the Kurdish Film Forum in the Swedish city of Utopuri every year.
The last work of the late artist Dilshad Ahmed was the play 'Mother' which was show cased in the city of Sulaymaniyah.
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