The Syrian National Council to Meet with Detroit on 11/19

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The Syrian American Council Michigan Chapter (SAC-MI), in coordination with Syrian Expatriates, is hosting a forum with Syrian National Council (SNC) members on Saturday, November 19th in Livonia, MI.

The Syrian American Council Michigan Chapter (SAC-MI), in coordination with Syrian Expatriates, is hosting a forum with Syrian National Council (SNC) members on Saturday, November 19th in Livonia, MI.

SNC delegations are meeting with officials of Turkey, Russia, Egypt, Libya, and other countries in an effort to gain support from the international community in this critical time. Join us in this first public meeting between the SNC and the American people.

WHAT: “On the Verge of Transition: A Meeting with Syrian National Council Members”
WHEN: Saturday, November 19, 10 am – 8 pm
Fundraising Dinner at 6 pm

WHERE: Burton Manor Banquet and Conference Center
27777 Schoolcraft Rd, Livonia, MI 48150

WHO: SAC-MI and Syrian Expatriates
In this opportunity to introduce the SNC to the American community, the day will be dedicated to discussions of the SNC’s assessment of the political realities on Syrian ground; the structure of the SNC, specifically its decision making processes and its representation; the SNC’s vision regarding foreign intervention; and ways in which the American community can lend a hand to the SNC.

The Syrian American Council (SAC) was founded in 2005 to mobilize Syrian Americans to strengthen civil society in Syria, to promote friendly relations between the Syrian and American peoples, to engage civic and governmental organizations to advance civil liberties, human dignity and democracy in Syria. The organization has represented Syrian Americans to the U.S. State Department, Congress, and in international meetings and councils.

Contact: SAC National Media Specialist Leila Tarakji, Ltarakji(at)sacouncil(dot)com, (810) 820-4653

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