Egyptian ambassadors meet with Guinea, Burundi ministers

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Thu, 11 Mar 2021 - 09:51 GMT

Egypt's Ambassador to Guinea Tamer Kamal El Meligi and Guinea Minister of Education Alpha Amado Bano Barry on March 10, 2021. Press Photo

Egypt's Ambassador to Guinea Tamer Kamal El Meligi and Guinea Minister of Education Alpha Amado Bano Barry on March 10, 2021. Press Photo

CAIRO – 11 March 2021: Egypt's ambassador to Guinea met with the minister of education Wednesday. Also, on the same day, the ambassador to Burundi met with the minister of foreign affairs.

 

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Egypt's Ambassador to Burundi Yasser al-Atwy and Burundi Minister of Foreign Affairs Albert Shingiro on March 10, 2021. Press Photo

 

Burundi Minister of Foreign Affairs Albert Shingiro received Ambassador Yasser al-Atwy as they reviewed bilateral relations, and examined ways of bolstering them on the political and economic levels among others.

 

For that to materialize, both officials discussed ways of accelerating the signing of agreements already congrued upon by both countries.

 

The ambassador underscored Egypt keenness on supporting the reforms program the Burundi political leadership has embarked on to achieve comprehensive development politically, economically, and socially.

 

On his side, the minister expressed his country's appreciation for the tangible care of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.

 

Cooperation in the education sector in specific was the subject of talks held by Guinea Minister of Education Alpha Amado Bano Barry and Ambassador Tamer Kamal El Meligi.

 

The focus was on improving the linguistic, academic, and educational capabilities of Guinea teachers in joint French-Arabic schools.

 

The minister lauded the support Egypt has been giving to his country in various fields, including education. He added he looks forward to strengthen cooperation in that vital and salient field in light of Egypt's expansive experience in enhancing the level of education.

 

In turn, the Egyptian ambassador asserted that education is prioritized in relations with Guinea for its great influence on promoting tolerance and coexistence as well as curbing the dissemination of misleading and extremist ideas.

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