PUK Co-President: We support a unified Peshmerga force


17/6/2021 12:15:00
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The Co-President of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Bafel Talabani on Thursday received Deputy Commanding General of the International Coalition Forces against ISIS, Bill Richard, and his accompanying delegation.

 

During the meeting, the two sides discussed the steps of consolidating the Kurdistan Region's Peshmerga forces and the development of military capabilities, and the plans to face ISIS and the role of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in solving the problems of Kurdistan Region and Iraq and the results of the meetings of the PUK with the presidencies, political parties, and embassies in Baghdad.

 

The Co-President spoke about the efforts to unify the Peshmerga forces, expressing PUK's support and willingness to unify the Peshmerga forces and to cooperate more with the international coalition forces.

 

Bafel Talabani stressed the need to change plans and expand cooperation to remove the dangers of terrorism in the area.

 

The two sides addressed relations between the Kurdistan Region and Iraq, in which Bafel Talabani highlighted the results of his meetings with the presidencies, political parties, and embassies in Baghdad. 

 

 

 

PUKmedia


 

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