Thursday, February 21, 2008

Bosniak American Advisory Council for Bosnia and Herzegovina

A belated edition to my "News and Advocacy" Links:

Bosniak American Advisory Council for Bosnia and Herzegovina

This council is run by Bosniaks here in the the United States. It's mission is twofold--as an active voice in the interest of the large Bosniak-American community, and to serve as an advocate for the interests of Bosnia-Herzegovina with the US government.

I highly recommend visiting their site and supporting their work; there could be no more obvious manifestation of my belief that the interests of the USA and Bosnia-Herzegovina are similar and connected than the fact that some 300,000 Bosniaks live here in the United States. It is in our interest to strengthen our bond and develop our dialogue.

1 comment:

Daniel (Srebrenica Genocide Blog Editor) said...

I am very proud of their educational background as evidenced from their biography. They are very well educated. These are the kinds of people we take pride in... and anybody would be proud to have them, in my opinion. They are good people, and they are very effective. Unfortunately, little gets done in Washington (or elsewhere) without lobbying.