IRAQ: Ankawa welcomes appointment of first Chaldean–Syriac–Assyrian woman as notary public

ANKAWA, Iraq — In a significant milestone for Ankawa District in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI), the appointment of Hiba Najeeb Abo as a notary public marks a groundbreaking achievement for the Chaldean–Syriac–Assyrian community. Hiba’s unwavering integrity and dedication to her profession have earned her this esteemed position.

Born in 1987 in the Shaqlawa District, Hiba Najeeb Abo graduated with a bachelor’s degree in law from Salah Al-Din University in 2009. Her journey began as a legal representative in the Real Estate Registration Supervision Department in Ankawa, where she showcased her expertise. Following her remarkable tenure there, she continued to excel as a legal representative in the Erbil Notary Public Department.

Recognizing her exceptional experience and unwavering professionalism, Hiba has now been appointed as a notary public in Ankawa, making her the first Chaldean–Syriac–Assyrian woman to hold this prestigious position. This appointment stands as a testament to her remarkable accomplishments and serves as an inspiration for aspiring individuals in her community.

With her unwavering dedication to her work and exceptional professionalism, Hiba Najeeb Abo is poised to make a lasting impact in her new role as a notary public in Ankawa. Her appointment serves as a beacon of hope and empowerment, setting a new precedent for future generations to follow.