BAGHDEDE, Iraq — The Bethnahrian Patriotic Union (Huyodo d-Bethnahrin Athroyo, HBA) held the grand opening of its new headquarters in the Nineveh Plains town of Baghdede, Iraq, with a large gathering of the Chaldean–Syriac–Assyrian public.
The inauguration ceremony was attended by several notable figures, including the mayor of Baghdede, representatives of the Assyrian Democratic Movement, the Syriac Gathering Movement, the Qaraqosh Council of Notables, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, and the Kurdistan Democratic Party. Cultural and social figures, directors of institutions in the region, as well as the pastor of the Syriac Orthodox Church Quryaqos al-Bartelli, were also in attendance.
In his speech, HBA head Youssef Yaqoub Matti emphasized that the party exists for the people and that this new headquarters and other HBA headquarters will remain dedicated to serving the people.
He thanked all attendees for their participation and wished them prosperity and security.
The HBA’s new headquarters in Baghdede signals a commitment to advancing the interests of the Chaldean–Syriac–Assyrian community in Iraq and marks a significant milestone for the party.