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Personal Envoy of President of Arab Republic of Egypt mr. Abdel Fatah el Sisi in the Serbian Embassy convey congratulations for marking National Day

President of Arab Republic of Egypt, mr. Abdel Fatah El Sisi sent on the 13th February 2019., the Chamberlain of the Presidency in the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Cairo with the aim to convey congratulations on the occasion of marking national and Armed Forces Day of the Republic of Serbia.
Ambassador J. Vukadinović expressed in his conversation with the High Representative his willingness to deepen the relations between the both countries, stressing the cooperation  in all fields, also mentioning that speaker of Parliament H.E Abdel Aal has visited Serbia, and met with his counterpart, than in November last year H.E. Mr Saameh Shoukry the MFA has visited Serbia and in the year 2019 we are expecting the visit of H.E Mr. Fatah Abdel el Sisi to the Republic of Serbia.



"Al Ahly" Sporting Club from Cairo hosted Round 16 of Group "C" on 8th,9th, 10th of February with series of final matches of basketball champions teams from 16 African countries. Among all teams in African League of champions, colors of champion club of Mozambicans there  were two players from Serbia, Jovanovic Vuk and Djumic Bozo that contributed place for their club in next round of finals matches.
Embassy of Serbia participated on matches of Egyptian and Mozambican clubs and hosted Serbian players during the whole sport event.  


New discovery of tombs in Minya, Tuna el-Gebel

Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities and Ministry of Tourism, ministers Khaled Al Ennani and Rania El Mashat on 2nd of February 2019., in a presence of foreign and domestic media, opened for public number of ancient burial chambers  containing some 40 mummies in the Upper Egyptian Governorate of Minya in Tuna el-Gebel. Mummies are in good condition and decorated with demotic handwriting from that period of Egyptian civilization. Period of discovered graves is during the Ptolemaic Dynasty from around 320 BC to about 30 BC.  For the very first time it was discovered on the paintings of new elements of wrestling that reminds Greek-Roman  stile.
The opening ceremony of this site was in presence of journalists and representatives of diplomatic core invited from both Ministry's.  


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