We will continue to work with the US government and the many supporters of this important work from around the world.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) February 24, 2015
In response to a number of media and private inquiries concerning the status of the training and trainers of the Nineveh Plain Protection Units (NPU), the American Mesopotamian Organization (AMO) and Restore Nineveh Now (RNN), a global initiative, would like to acknowledge the involvement of Mr. Matthew VanDyke in the initial phase of the efforts to train the first wave of NPU recruits.
AMO wants to state clearly that Mr. VanDyke did not act as a trainer during any substantial part of the training process, and that his involvement with the training of the current NPU service men (or future recruits) ended with the graduation of the first group this past February 19, 2015.
The American Mesopotamian Organization and Restore Nineveh Now would like to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of the volunteers who selflessly trained the first NPU recruits, and looks forward to formally thanking them with a gift and our enduring gratitude.
Now that the first wave of NPU recruits are trained, and following a short ten day leave, they will be deployed throughout the Assyrian communities, serving the needs of our distressed and displaced people. Going forward, we are excited about the next phase and the growth of the NPU units, and will continue to work closely with the United States government and the many supporters of this important work from around the world.
For further information and future inquiries, please feel free to contact:
Director of Communication and Media
Restore Nineveh Now
Based in Santa Clarita, California, the American Mesopotamian Organization (AMO) is a Grassroots/Political Organization founded to influence and guide US policy on matters of interest to the Assyrian American community