Join the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations and the National Council on U.S.-Libya Relations for a full-day conference on February 16 featuring Libyan, U.S., and international leaders addressing current and future political, security, oil and gas, and infrastructure investment issues in Libya as well as the future of U.S.-Libya relations. "Libya-U.S. Relations 2017: New Vision, Hope, and Opportunities" will examine opportunities for partnerships and investment in the energy, infrastructure, banking, and security sectors; explore the future of U.S.-Libya relations at the commencement of a new U.S. Presidential administration; and discuss strategies for moving forward toward mutually beneficial growth and prosperity. Attendance and sponsorship opportunities for this event are limited, act soon.

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Invite you to attend a full-day conference:

Libya-U.S. Relations 2017
New Vision, Hope, and Opportunities

February 16, 2017

Pavilion Room
Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center
Washington, DC



Featured Speakers Include:

Mr. Mustafa Sanalla
Chairman of the National Oil Corporation (Libya)


Along with other distinguished specialists.



Libya-U.S. Relations 2017: New Vision, Hope, and Opportunities will:
  • examine opportunities for partnerships and investment in the energy, infrastructure, banking, and security sectors;
  • explore the future of U.S.-Libya relations at the commencement of a new U.S. presidential administration; and
  • discuss strategies for moving forward toward mutually beneficial growth and prosperity.
Attendance and sponsorship opportunities for this event are limited, act soon.




Take Part in This Special Conference:

Conference Sponsorship Opportunities

Individual Conference Registration



Conference Sponsors:

National Oil Corporation (Libya)

National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations National Council on U.S.-Libya Relations


Trade Center Management Associates Business Council for International Understanding



For more information, contact: Pat Mancino, Executive Vice President, National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations, 1-202-293-6466 or pat@ncusar.org.




National Council on US-Arab Relations