The head of IOM's mission in Egypt Laurent de Bock, for his part, voiced appreciation for the great level of cooperation with the Emigration Ministry in several files and initiatives, which have positive outcomes in several governorates.
In a post on her personal Facebook page, Makram asked people to pray for her and her family in such difficult time, adding that she prays for Ramy and the victims of the murder crime.
State Minister of Immigration and Egyptian Expatriates Affairs Nabila Makram contacted Egyptian citizen Karim Atef, who got injured in the shooting that took place Tuesday morning aboard a subway train in Brooklyn.
Egypt’s embassy in Moscow succeeded to end eleven stranded sailors' crisis at Ukraine’s Port of Kherson.
A small percentage of students, however, chose to continue their study in Ukraine, Makram said in remarks to TV Presenter Azza Mostafa on Sada El-Balad.
In statements to Sada El-Balad TV channel on Monday, the minister said the migration ministry has not recorded any deaths of Egyptian students in Ukraine.
In remarks to TV host Azza Mostafa on Sada Al-Balad, Makram said Egypt has around 3,000 students in Ukraine, affirming that she has asked them to stick to the embassy’s remarks and the security measures.
The meeting aimed to follow up on latest developments and get acquainted with their conditions over the Russian-Ukrainian crisis.
Makram spoke about her visits to Canada and her meetings with Egyptian expats there.
Egypt’s Minister of Immigration Nabila Makram has congratulated Egyptian Physician Mohamed Tharwat for his scientific efforts to monitor the movement of electrons.
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.