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Egyptian Embassy celebrates the International Francophonie Day

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian The Egyptian Embassy in Canada is celebrating International Francophonie Day, virtually by displaying a number of Egyptian films that have been translated recently into French.
Egypt’s ambassador to Canada, Ahmed Abu Zeid, said in statements: “This initiative comes within the framework of the existing cooperation between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Culture, as the Ministry of Culture recently provided the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with a number of classic and modern Egyptian films that have been translated into French to be used on the occasion of the International Francophonie Day”.
The virtual celebration will be attended by embassies of the member states of the Francophone Organization, government officials, MPs, Canadian provincial governments, and Egyptian embassy friends from the Canadian community, starting from Friday until the end of the celebration of the International Francophonie Day.

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Egyptian embassy retrieves pharaonic artifact smuggled into Canada

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian Egyptian ambassador to Canada, Ahmed Abu Zeid, on Tuesday received a bronze artifact of the god “Bastet” belonging to the ancient Egyptian civilization, in a ceremony attended by a limited number of officials due to the COVID-19 precautions, including senior officials of the Ministries of Heritage and Foreign Affairs, the Canadian Border Services Agency, and correspondents from the major news channels in Canada. (more…)


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