The Sudanese official, for his part, lauded the Egyptian experiment in the field of enhancing human rights, terming it as a pioneering step at the Arab and regional levels.
Minister Nabila Makram welcomed the general bishop, and reviewed the most important axes on which the initiative is based.
She urged them to promote this app among their fellow students and to answer a survey about it available on https://bit.ly/3cFjeqK.
Egyptian Minister of Immigration Nabila Makram announced Monday launching "Egypt's Voice in Africa" initiative that comes within the framework of Egypt's efforts to restore its pioneering role in Africa continent.
The Egyptian Heritage Month in Canada will be held under the sponsorship of Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli as an important event aiming at getting the Canadian community acquainted with the Egyptian civilization and cultural legacy.
The ministry made a presentation on the initiative that crowns two-year efforts.
They were honored in recognition for their efforts in societal activity for 15 years in Arab countries, and within Arab communities in the Netherlands and Europe.
The minister praised the fruitful cooperation between both sides to carry out youth programs and initiatives launched by the Ministry of Emigration
“Speak Arabic” initiative has garnered 174 million views and shares on social media platforms.
“We are proud of what Shaaban did because it is a great message that emphasized the courage of the Egyptian people,” a statement by the ministry quoted Makram as saying.
Makram stressed Egypt's commitment to protect all Egyptian expats.
The meeting was attended by both Egyptians in the country, and nationals living abroad.
“A woman worth 100 men” is a saying that means a specific woman has positive traits that maker make her outweigh not just a man, but a hundred of them. Today, the saying became the name of an initiative launched by the Ministry of Immigration to highlight and support Egyptian women abroad.
The initiative was launched in the headquarters of Egypt’s political parties’ Youth Coordination Committee (YCC).
Egypt’s Minister of Immigration Nabila Makram held a meeting with members of the Coordination of Youth Parties and Politicians to discuss ways of coordination and joint cooperation on effective communication with Egyptian young learners abroad.
Egypt’s Minister of Immigration and Egyptian Expats Nabila Makram, announced Wednesday the rescheduling of flights for Egyptians travelers stranded in the United Arab Emirates;
Egyptians living abroad have celebrated choosing Minister of State of Immigration and Egyptian Expatriates Affairs Nabila Makram as the character of 2020 for her strenuous efforts in a wide-scale.
Minister of Immigration Nabila Makram announced launching "Talk Arabic" or Etkalem Arabi initiative that aims at protecting the Egyptian identity among expatriates.
On December 16, UNESCO included the Egyptian manual textile industry of the Upper Egypt region in the list of intangible cultural heritage sites in need of urgent preservation.
Makram said Monday the Egyptian expats are keen on taking part in the second round of the 2020 House of Representatives election.