PUK bloc in Iraqi Parliament: PUK is with solving problems through dialogue

21/6/2021 16:06:00

Bakhtiar Shaways, the spokesman for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in the Council of Representatives, confirmed on Monday that the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan supports solving problems through dialogue, pointing to the efforts of the late President Mam Jalal to bring peace to Turkey in 1993.


The office of the Iraqi Council of Representatives in the city of Sulaymaniyah received on Monday the International Peace Delegation, which includes activists from 16 European countries.


Bakhtiar Shaways told PUKmedia, "the delegation came to the Kurdistan Region about a week ago, with the aim of closely examining the situation and stopping the Turkish attacks on the Kurdistan Region."


"The parliamentary blocs welcome the delegation's efforts, in order to stop Turkish ambitions and to stop the burning of farms and forests in the Kurdistan Region by Turkey, calling on the delegation to make more efforts in Europe to solve the problems through dialogue," he added. 


He also indicated that the nation's late President Mam Jalal, was considered the architect of peace as he launched an initiative for dialogue between Turkey and the Kurdistan Workers' Party in 1993, pointing out that the presidency of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan is against fighting and supports solving all the problems through dialogue.






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