Tuesday, December 28, 2021

Iraq’s Fareed Yasseen given 2021 ‘Ambassador of the Year’ award. December 2021

Congratulations Ambassador Yasseen.

BEMA International

 

View this email in your browser

December 28, 2021

 

Iraq’s Fareed Yasseen given 2021 ‘Ambassador of the Year’ award

 

The National US-Arab Chamber of Commerce (NUSACC) recognized Iraq’s Fareed Yasseen as its 2021 “Ambassador of the Year” during a Dec. 14 awards ceremony and luncheon at Washington’s Ritz-Carlton Hotel.

The event, which attracted 150 people, including 20 current and former ambassadors.

“Look around you,” Yasseen told his audience. “You will find not only members of the business community, but also elected officials, current and former government officials, diplomats, academics, researchers, human rights activists, journalists, and friends, including a couple of my Baghdad College classmates. I don’t blush, and I am not easily humbled, but this turnout is truly humbling.”

Yasseen noted that three of his colleagues have received NUSACC’s “Ambassador of the Year” award in past years: Algeria’s Madjid Bouguerra, Jordan’s Dina Kawar and Tunisia’s Faisal Gouia.

“The United States and the Republic of Iraq have traveled a long road together over the years,” said David Hamod, NUSACC’s president & CEO, in praising Yasseen. “He has skillfully and strategically built partnerships between Iraq and America that will serve our respective countries for decades to come.”


Read More »

 






No comments:

Post a Comment

The Black Emergency Managers Association International

Membership Dues (New and Renewal)
Organization

Search This Blog

ARCHIVE