Pres­i­dent Barzani con­grat­u­lates KTV on its an­niver­sary

The Kurdish Globe - - FRONT PAGE -

The Pres­i­dent of the Kur­dis­tan Re­gion, Ma­soud Barzani, sent a mes­sage to the staff of Kur­dis­tan TV on Jan­uary 16, the or­ga­ni­za­tion’s fif­teenth an­niver­sary. Pres­i­dent Barzani con­grat­u­lated them on their work and wished them all the best in their fu­ture ca­reers.

The Pres­i­dent of the Kur­dis­tan Re­gion, Ma­soud Barzani, sent a mes­sage to the staff of Kur­dis­tan TV on Jan­uary 16, the or­ga­ni­za­tion’s fif­teenth an­niver­sary. Pres­i­dent Barzani con­grat­u­lated them on their work and wished them all the best in their fu­ture ca­reers.

“Kur­dis­tan TV was the first satel­lite chan­nel in Kur­dis­tan, and it has been lead­ing po­lit­i­cal, so­cial, artis­tic, and cul­tural per­spec­tives in the Re­gion ever since. Kur­dis­tan TV has al­ways op­er­ated in a spirit of na­tional re­spon­si­bil­ity.”

Pres­i­dent Barzani added: “On this oc­ca­sion, I would like to ex­press my sin­cere de­sire that you uti­lize the con­tin­u­ous de­vel­op­ments in in­for­ma­tion tech­nol­ogy to keep your chan­nel a leader in de­vel­op­ing the coun­try, mak­ing peo­ple love their home­land, pro­mot­ing a cul­ture of tol­er­ance and broth­er­hood, ed­u­cat­ing our peo­ple and de­fend­ing their le­git­i­mate de­mands.”

Kur­dis­tan TV is a Kur­dish satel­lite tele­vi­sion sta­tion be­long­ing to the Kur­dis­tan Demo­cratic Party (KDP) and lo­cated in Southern Kur­dis­tan. It has Euro­pean of­fices in the Nether­lands and Ger­many and mainly broad­casts in Kur­dish . It can be viewed us­ing a WS In­ter­na­tional satel­lite sys­tem.

Kur­dis­tan TV, which be­gan broad­cast­ing in 1999, was the first Kur­dish satel­lite sta­tion in Kur­dis­tan. It trans­mits on the Eu­tel­sat for Europe, West­ern Asia and North Africa, and on Galaxy 19 for North Amer­ica.

Kur­dis­tan TV is ac­ces­si­ble live through the In­ter­net and main­tains a web­site for re­cent news and com­men­taries in Kur­dish, Ara­bic and Turk­ish.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Iraq

© PressReader. All rights reserved.