P-K-K invests humanitarian funds for its business projects in Syrian Kurdistan

The administration of the Democratic Union Party (PYD) opened Azadi Park in the city of Qamishlo, Syrian Kurdistan, on Monday, coinciding with the anniversary of the founding of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).

Members of the PYD administration and members of the PKK’s (Ciwanên Şoreşger) organization distributed brochures inviting residents to participate in the opening of the park on the occasion of the 45th anniversary of the founding of the PKK.

The Markets and Professions Committees forced all shops and markets to close to participate in the opening ceremony of the park that PKK converted to celebrate its anniversary.

“The new park was built with the support of international organizations to provide infrastructure and public facilities for the city’s residents to entertain themselves, but the PYD administration turned the park into a business venture to earn money,” the Kurdistan news agency Basnews quoted a private source from within the PYD administration as saying.

The park includes open football fields, indoor basketball and volleyball halls, as well as an indoor swimming pool, and another section that includes restaurants, a theater, shops, a children’s play section, parks and an amusement park, and a summer swimming pool and other facilities are currently under construction.

The new park was built on land owned by the Syrian regime government and another area for citizens who were forced to sell their land to establish the park, according to the source.

PKK cadres oversee the park and all its facilities, while some facilities (restaurants and cafeterias) have been donated to investors affiliated with the PYD administration.


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