Under the auspices of the President of the UOK, Prof. Dr. Akeel Abed Yasseen, and his two Vice-Presidents for Scientific and Administrative Affairs, the UOK celebrated the graduation of its second batch of civilian troops volunteers. The newly graduated batch carried the title (We are all Troops of Iraq).
The ceremony witnessed the attendance of a number of deans, professors, teaching staff, and some religious and political figures.
The graduates displayed a march for the attendants in front of the Presidency Headquarters, led by a stream of flags among which was the Iraqi flag, the Republic flag, and the UOK flag.
During his speech, the President stated that the UOK was the first university to adopt the training process, in response to the appeal of the higher religious authority. Praising the efforts of all those who contributed to the training and graduation of volunteers.
It is noteworthy to include that the UOK ended the training of its first batch of volunteers, batch (Lab’baik O’ Iraq), before Ramadan and started with the second batch training from the first day of August, and for a period of fifteen days.
This last batch was made up of more than 100 volunteers, among which were university professors, staff and students. All of whom were in high spirits and in a rush to defend the land of Iraq and its sanctities.
The ceremony ended with the rector honoring the training staff who worked their best to graduate this great batch of civilian troops volunteers.