Syriac–Assyrian political groups to hold meeting to address issues in homeland

WIESBADEN, Germany — The Assyrian Democratic Organization (ADO) extended a collective invitation to all political parties and entities representing the Syriac (Aramean–Assyrian–Chaldean) community in their homeland of Beth Nahrin (Mesopotamia). The meeting, scheduled for 4 November at the Assyrian Association in Wiesbaden, Germany, aims to provide an updated overview of the conditions facing the Syriac (Aramean–Assyrian–Chaldean) people in Beth Nahrin.

The agenda of the meeting encompasses a discussion of the national work programs that the participating parties and organizations are engaged in within the ancestral lands of their forefathers. Subsequently, the participants will address the most recent developments pertaining to the status of the Syriac (Aramean–Assyrian–Chaldean) community in Beth Nahrin. The meeting will conclude with the issuance of a joint statement affirming their commitment to supporting national efforts within their ancestral lands.

“The upcoming meeting will pave the way for the participating parties and organizations to talk about their national work programs in the land of our fathers and grandfathers, and then the latest developments regarding the situation of our people in Beth Nahrin will be addressed,” stated the ADO in its invitation.

The ADO encouraged the entire community to participate in this meeting, emphasizing the importance of engaging with the topics on the agenda. Notable attendees at this gathering will include representatives from the ADO, the Bethnahrin National Council (Mawtbo Umthoyo D’Bethnahrin, MUB), the Assyrian Democratic Movement (Zowaa), and the Chaldean–Syriac–Assyrian Popular Council.