Lahur Sheikh Jangi stresses the need for the unity of Kurdish parties


3/5/2021 23:57:00
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Lahur Sheikh Jangi, Co-President of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), on Monday received a high-ranking delegation from the Kurdish Democratic Progressive Party in Syria, joined by Ahmed Suleiman, Ahmad Barakat, Salah Darwish, members of the party’s politburo. In the meeting, they discussed the situation in Rojava and bilateral relations according to a statement from PUK Co-Leader's media office.

 

The following is the full text of the statement:

 

"Today in Slemani I received a high-ranking delegation from the Kurdish Democratic Progressive Party in Syria, joined by Ahmed Suleiman, Ahmad Barakat, Salah Darwish, members of the party’s politburo. In the meeting, we discussed the situation in Rojava and bilateral relations. 

 

We stressed on removing the challenges facing the Kurds of Rojava and the importance of uniting the Kurdish ranks and solving the outstanding problems by peaceful means and through dialogue to ensure the rights of the Kurdish people in Rojava so that no one is excluded, and on our part, we emphasized the support of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan for them.

 

We stressed the long and historical relations between the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Kurdish Democratic Progressive Party in Syria, which were established by our late uncle and teacher Mamosta Hamid Darwish and highlighted the strengthening of these relations. I praised their efforts in preserving their party despite the difficulties they have faced and wished them luck for their upcoming congress. They congratulated our alliance with Goran in the upcoming elections aimed at unifying ranks and protecting the rights of the Kurdish people in Baghdad."

 

 

 

PUKmedia


 

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