Syrian Expatriates Organization Would Like to Extend Gratitude to Secretary of State Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton for her Commendable Stand at UNSC on Situation in Syria

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The Syrian Expatriates organization (SEO) would like to extend support and gratitude for the commendable stand by Secretary of State Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton for her remarks at the United Nations Security Council Session on the Situation in Syria.

The Syrian Expatriates organization (SEO) would like to extend support and gratitude for the commendable stand by secretary of State Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton for her remarks at the United Nations Security Council Session on the Situation in Syria.

Mrs. Clinton demonstrated clear understanding of the struggle of Syrian People in the face of an entrenched "divide-and-conquer" system of dictatorship and corruption.

The Syrian Expatriates Organization thanks Mrs. Clinton for her support of the Arab League's efforts that call for an immediate halt to the violence. Specifically, the Moroccan draft that calls for the return of Syrian security forces to their barracks, the release of political prisoners, and free access to Syria for humanitarian workers, human rights observers and journalists, all of which are demands of the Syrian Expatriates Organization as well.

The Syrian Expatriates Organization certainly shares The United State administration's vision that "change is coming to Syria" and echoes Mrs. Clinton's in her sentimental statement: "we all have a choice: Stand with the people of Syria and the region or become complicit in the continuing violence there."

The Syrian Expatriates Organization joins in asking the international community to put aside their differences and send a clear message of support for the Syrian people in their pursuit to achieve the universal values we have come to enjoy; liberty, dignity, democracy and the rule of Law.

Reference: U.S. Department Of State.

http://www.state.gov/secretary/rm/2012/01/182845.htm
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