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Newly-appointed Ukrainian ambassador to Egypt presents his credentials to Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The newly-appointed Ukrainian ambassador to Egypt, Yevhen Mykytenko, presented copies of his credentials to the Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs of Egypt, Chief of Protocol Hatem Tageldin. Mykytenko succeeds former ambassador Hennadi Latii, according to a statement of the Ukrainian embassy in Egypt on Tuesday. During the ceremony at the premises of the Egyptian Ministry of …

Hagar Omran

Al-Sisi, Conte discuss updates of Regeni’s case amid Beijing visit

President Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi stressed on Saturday the distinguished historical ties between Egypt and Italy at the political and economic levels. He said so in a meeting with the Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte which took up several issues related to bilateral cooperation as well as the updates of the ongoing investigation into Regeni’s case. …

Daily News Egypt

Egypt, Somalia seek bilateral cooperation

Egypt’s Prime Minister, Moustafa Madbouly, met on Sunday Somalia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Ahmed Isse Awad, in order to discuss bilateral cooperation in the fields of development and security. According to a statement from the cabinet, Madbouly stated during the meeting that has Egypt has for a long time supported the Somalian …

Daily News Egypt

What Egyptians think about constitutional referendum?

Polling stations across Egypt opened their doors early Saturday for citizens to express their opinions regarding the constitutional amendments, whether by yes or no. The dates of referendum were announced on Wednesday. Egyptians abroad started voting on Friday and will continue until Sunday. If the amendments receive a “yes” vote, they will immediately go into …

Sarah El-Sheikh

Above average turnout in Cairo, celebratory atmosphere in most polling stations

Since early Saturday, the first day of the referendum on amendments to the country’s 2014 Constitution, the vicinity of several schools in the middle class neighbourhood of Ain Shams witnessed a celebratory atmosphere as campaigners and individuals affiliated with the election committees used DJs and nationalist songs to attract voters.   Polling stations all over …

Adham Youssef