Egypt’s Minister of Immigration Nabila Makram conducts an interview with Egypt Today in an interview on Thursday, March 15, 2018, at the Magazine headquarters in Giza- Egypt Today/Karim Abdel Aziz
CAIRO - 28 April 2020: Emigration and Egyptian Expatriates Affairs Minister Nabila Makram held a meeting on Wednesday to discuss ways of enhancing cooperation with the political parties' Youth Coordination Committee under the “Egyptian students abroad” initiative.
The minister praised the fruitful cooperation between both sides to carry out youth programs and initiatives launched by the Ministry of Emigration and Egyptian Expatriates Affairs.
Makram reviewed the results of her recent meeting with Cypriot Presidential Commissioner Fotis Fotio and Deputy Minister for Diaspora Greeks Konstantinos Vlasis, which was held to celebrate the third anniversary of the “Nostos: Reviving Roots” initiative in Nicosia.
She noted that the meeting examined ways of promoting trilateral cooperation under the umbrella of “Nostos: Reviving Roots”.
Makram said she agreed with the Greek and Cypriot officials on organizing a trip for youths from Egypt, Cyprus, and Greece to know more about the initiative and submit their suggestions to develop the initiative.
The minister pointed out that virtual sessions gathering the three countries' youth parliamentarians will be held in coordination with the Youth Coordination Committee to share experiences.
They agreed on holding trilateral talks in September and October to follow up on the recent developments, the minister stated, describing the initiative as a unique experience showcasing the pivotal role of foreign communities in countries where they live.