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Egyptian-European Council welcomes newly appointed ambassadors to Cairo

Ahram Online , Monday 22 Apr 2019
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The Egyptian-European Council (EEC) welcomed in an event on Monday a number of newly appointed ambassadors to Egypt.

The event was headed by chairman of the council Mohamed Abul-Enein, deputy chairman Ihab Sorour and council founder Ibrahim Kamel.

The ambassadors of the United Kingdom, Australia and Armenia were welcomed by the council’s members, who wished them a pleasant and successful mission in fostering friendly relations between their respective countries and the Egyptian people.

The discussions between the council’s members and the ambassadors focused on cooperation between the council and the embassies in promoting the interests of Egyptian business communities in developing the volume of economic cooperation with their respective countries.

The ambassadors expressed their deep respect and appreciation for the Egyptian people and leadership in their determination to develop the Egyptian economy and society at large.

The council also welcomed cooperation with the embassies in developing African and Arab business and cultural activities, capitalising on the vast experience of its members and its two committees handling both regions.

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