Jalal Talabany Chair of Kurdish Political Studies at UCF Presented a Seminar at University of Sulaimani



Jalal Talabany Chair of Kurdish Political Studies at UCF Presented a Seminar at University of Sulaimani

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Jalal Talabany Chair of Kurdish Political Studies at UCF Presented a Seminar at University of Sulaimani 

Gunes Murat Tezcur, Jalal Talabany Chair of Kurdish Political Studies and Associate Professor at University of Central Florida (UCF), USA visited University of Sulaimani on Tuesday 9 February 2016 and presented a seminar on “The US Foreign Policy in the Middle East and towards Kurdistan” to university officials, staff and students.

Associate Professor Gunes Murat Tezcur accompanied by prominent Kurdish figures Dr Latif Rashid and Dr Muhamad Sabir were received at University of Sulaimani by Professor Dr. Salahalddin Saeed Ali (President), Assist. Prof. Dr. Khasraw Abdulla Rashid (Vice President for Scientific Affairs and Post Graduate Studies), Dr. Arass Fareeq Zainal (Vice President for Student Affairs), Assist. Prof. Dr. Ridha H. Hussein (Vice President for Administration and Finance), Dr. Kawa Muhammad Jamal (Dean of Faculty of Administration and Economy), Dr. Rebwar Saeed Rashed (Dean of College of Art), Dr. Rebeen Abubakir Omer (Dean of Faculty of Law and Politics) and Dr Karzan G. Khidhir (Director of International Academic Relations).

Associate Professor Gunes Murat Tezcur and University of Sulaimani President discussed establishing bilateral cooperation between both universities.

Associate Professor Gunes Murat Tezcur and the accompanying delegates were given a brief tour of University of Sulaimani facilities including congress halls and sports facilities.

The Jalal Talabany Chair of Kurdish Political Studies at University of Central Florida then held a seminar and Q & A session on “The US Foreign Policy in the Middle East and towards Kurdistan” to university officials, staff and students at the conference hall of Faculty of Law and Politics.





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