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Al-Ahram's International Politics magazine signs cooperation deal with environment ministry

The cooperation protocol will see International Politics magazine publishing a new specialized supplement on environment and energy issues, starting in July

Reham El-Adawi , Monday 9 Apr 2018
Mahmoud Bakr and Ahmed Nagui Qamha while signing the agreement and Nahla Al-Nagib (L) (Photo: Nader Osama)
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Al-Ahram's International Politics magazine has signed a protocol of cooperation with the Ministry of Environment aimed at highlighting key environmental and energy issues through joint activities.

The agreement, signed last week, ensures the publication of a regular specialized supplement in the publication dealing with various environmental challenges and the issues of new and renewable energy, on the local, regional and international levels.

The supplement will be published on a regular basis, starting in July 2018 with issue number 213.

In addition, the agreement will see the magazine and the ministry cooperating on several joint scientific events, aiming to highlight challenging issues.

The ministry was represented at the signing by media relations officials Nahla Al-Naqib and Dr. Wael Reda, along with Mohamed Shehab, executive director of the Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency.

The magazine's Editor-in-chief Ahmed Nagui Qamha was present for the signing, as was Al-Ahram Weekly's Deputy Editor-in-Chief Mahmoud Bakr, who is also its main expert in environmental affairs.

Qamha shakes hand with Al-Naqib after signing the agreement (Photo: Nader Osama)

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