Congress Resolutions


The 4th CONGRESS TEHRAN, IRAN OCTOBER 23-26, 1971

1.The Congress hereby expresses its deep gratitude to His Imperial Majesty Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi Shah-in-Shah Aryamehr, for his salutary message of welcome and success. 2.The Congress acknowledges the Government’s generosity in providing free assemblage and the aid afforded the Assyrian in Iran, socially, religiously and educationally. It is the abiding regard for Iran that the Assyrian specially scheduled to hold the Congress in Tehran on the solemn occasion of the commemoration of the celebrations of 2500 Anniversary of the founding of the Persian Empire. ...

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The THIRD CONGRESS KOLN-GERMANY JULY 24-27, 1970

The Assyrian Nation of today is the remnant of the once great Assyrian Empire, and the greatest missionary church, which the world has ever known. Since World War I, thousands of Assyrians have died for the cause of freedom and the faith in their forefather lands (Mesopotamia). It is the principle that matters and not the quantity of populations, justice is indivisible. It is a small nation such as the Assyrians that particularly need protection to safeguard their freedom. The Assyrians are the people who have existed in the Mesopotamia from the dawn on history. Assyria is ...

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The 2nd CONGRESS LONDON-ENGLAND AUGUST 13-17, 1969

National Symbols: National Anthem which should express the deepest aspiration of the nation. National Flag should be recommended after long and accurate research. Set ups a system of belief and relay it through all possible means of communication to a large number of Assyrians as possible. Preservation of some worthwhile national traditions. Assyrian language: As a nation, we need literature, talented writers and poets, teachers, social workers…etc. National Funds: Combine your resources to enable you to fulfill your aims. Political: ...

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The FIRST CONGRESS PAU-FRANCE APRIL 10-13, 1968

There will no longer be a variety of names as previously called Nestorians, Chaldeans, Jacobites, Maronites etc. to divide the Assyrian people, but all factions will be referred to as Assyrians (ATOURIA). It was recommended that there be two officially recognized Assyrian Languages; the Modern Assyrian (Swadaya) and Literary Assyrian (Supraya). To establish an academy to construct a uniform alphabet to simplify the structure of each Assyrian letter for the common use of all. The protection of the right of our people to live with dignity and freedom as provided in ...

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