PUK, KDP urge INA to protect Kurds, Shiite’s relation

puk kdp urge ina to protect kurds shiite s relation PUK, KDP urge INA to protect Kurds, Shiites relation

Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) The political bureaus of Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and Kurdistan Democratic Party had held a meeting on last Tuesday to discuss latest political developments in Iraq and Kurdistan Region, and released a joint statement.

The statement said that “under the supervision of Iraqi President, Jalal Talabani, and Kurdistan Region’s President, Masoud Barzani, both political parties of the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, met Tuesday, November 20, in Salah-il-Din resort- Erbil, discussing a number of issues and exchanged opinions.

“Regarding the relations between the two sides, both sides stressed on the necessity of the Strategic agreement between them in this critical stage, protecting the agreement is considered a very necessary move in the aim of serving the higher interests of Kurdish people,” the statement added.

“The meeting also focused on the tensions between the Kurdistan Regional Government and some parties in the Iraqi federal government, especially the formation of Dijla Operations Command in the disputed areas,” the statement continued.

The statement also described “This move as an effort against interests of Iraqi people and constitution as well as damaging relations between Kurdish people and Shiite.”

“They stressed that the National Alliance have to protect that relationship, by taking necessary measures to deal with the issues through dialogue with all political blocs,” the statement assured.

Regarding the relations with the Turkmen, the statement stressed “The need to strengthen and improving joint relations, by tacking necessary moves in the aim of maintain both sides interest.”

“The meeting shade light on the situation inside Kurdistan, considering the unity among participated parties in the political process as a necessary move in facing tensions and currant problems,” the state

“The relations with the neighboring countries, as well as the efforts to solve pending issues and problems regarding the Kurds rights across Kurdistan were discussed by the two sides,” the statement concluded.

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