PUK discusses preparations for holding the Congress

18/9/2019 13:15:00

Under the auspices of Mr. Kosrat Rasul Ali, Deputy Secretary General of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, on Wednesday September 18, 2019, the Supreme Committee of the Congress held a meeting in the of Political Bureau building in Sulaymaniyah.


The meeting discussed the ongoing preparations for the holding of the fourth Congress of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, and the Supreme Committee discussed the proposals and views submitted for the success of the Congress.


It was decided during the meeting for the Supreme Committee to meet with the chairmen of its subcommittees and the preparation of all proposals and views in the framework of a unified project in the light of the changes in Kurdistan, Iraq and the area, new tasks, variables organizational work, and the new form of struggling.



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