Syriac Union Party receives delegations from Assyrian Democratic Party and Kurdish Reform Movement following conclusion of 4th party conference

ZALIN, Syria — To mark the successful conclusion of its 4th party conference, the Syriac Union Party (SUP) in Syria welcomed a delegation from the Assyrian Democratic Party (ADP) at the SUP headquarters in Zalin (Qamishli), North and East Syria.

The visiting delegation, led by the ADP Executive Body member Wael Mirza, included ADP leaders Shamoun Kako, Jamila Kako, Fadi Khoshaba, and Ninos Warda. They were received by SUP Co-Chair Sanharib Barsom and SUP Council members Afram Ishaq and Rubel Bahho.

During the meeting, the visiting delegation extended their congratulations on the successful conclusion of the 4th SUP conference, and both parties engaged in discussions on various issues of mutual interest.

The SUP also welcomed a delegation from the Kurdish Reform Movement in Syria. The delegation, comprising members of the Movement’s Executive Office including Kazim Khalifa, Walid Farman, Feroshah Abdul Rahman, and Rasul Omar, congratulated the SUP on the completion of its conference.

Discussions between the parties encompassed a wide range of topics, including regional developments and the current situation in Syria.