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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs organizes the visit of ambassadors of Latin countries in Egypt to Beni Suef Governorate

By Manal Abdel Fattah

Ambassador Dr. Hazem Fahmy, Assistant Secretary of State for American Affairs, accompanied by ambassadors of Latin American countries accredited in Cairo, visited Beni Suef Governorate.

The ambassadors met with Dr. Mohamed Hani Ghoneim, Governor of Beni Suef, who gave a comprehensive presentation of the investment opportunities within the governorate, in addition to a review of the giant national projects implemented by the Egyptian government on the territory of Beni Suef Governorate.

The governor also briefed the Latin ambassadors on the presidential initiative “A Decent Life,” which is a role model for rural development in Egyptian society.

For his part, Ambassador Hazem Fahmy stated that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs recently adopted an integrated strategy to develop Egypt’s relations with the countries of the Latin continent in various fields, especially with regard to the imminent operation of the first airline linking Egypt and Brazil in the near future because of its positive impact on the overall Egyptian relations with Egypt. All countries of the continent in various fields, especially commercial and tourism.

The Assistant Foreign Minister, accompanied by the Latin ambassadors, visited the industrial zone in Beni Suef Governorate and the archaeological area of ​​the Pyramid of Meidum, where they listened to an explanation from those in charge of the two areas within the framework of field visits organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the Latin ambassadors accredited to Cairo in order to promote Egyptian capabilities and highlight international efforts in Building the new republic.

On the other hand, the Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Latin ambassadors visited the Monastery of Maimun, “the oldest monastery in the world and was established in 286 AD” in the Atfih area in Giza. They also visited the ancient church located inside the monastery and listened to an explanation from its president, who highlighted the historical role of Egypt as the cradle of monasticism in the world. .

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