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Egypt’s Minister of Culture meets Australian Ambassador in Cairo

Ines Abdel-Dayem and ِAustralia's Ambassador to Cairo Glenn Miles agreed that 'soft power' is an effective means of communication and reinforcing friendship between the nations

Reham El-Adawi , Friday 27 Sep 2019
Ambassador of Australia to Egypt Glenn Miles during his meeting with Culture Minister Ines Abdel-Day
Ambassador of Australia to Egypt Glenn Miles during his meeting with Culture Minister Ines Abdel-Dayem (Photo courtesy of the Culture Minister Media Office)
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Minister of Culture Ines Abdel-Dayem met on Tuesday with Ambassador of Australia to Egypt Glenn Miles to discuss  means of enhancing intellectual and artistic cooperation between the two countries.

Abdel-Dayem said that they discussed the implementation of a number of projects in various artistic and intellectual fields that aim at shedding light on the creative movement in both societies.

For his part, Ambassador Miles praised the recent intellectual and artistic movement in Egypt, pointing out that he is following the various projects in Egypt that highlight the power of its ancient civilization. 

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