Egypt’s Ambassador in Belgrade Opens the Day of Egyptian Culture in Temerin, Northern Serbia

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Egypt’s Ambassador in Belgrade, Amr Aljowaily, inaugurated the Egyptian Cultural Day in Temerin, the northern municipality of Serbia, which included an exhibition of historical documents marking the 110th anniversary of the Egyptian-Serbian relations, an exhibition of photographs of modern Egypt and a recitation of the books of the renowned writer Gamal al-Ghitani, and the early origins of Egyptian Serbian encounters through the notes of St. Sava about his visit to Egypt in the twelfth century.

Serbian Parliament member Bojan Torbica reviwed his activities as member of the parliamentary friendship group with Egypt. He welcomed the visit by Speaker of the House of Representatives Dr. Ali Abdel-Aal last July, addressing a special session of the Serbian National Assembly, and welcomed the intention to return the visit to Egypt at the beginning of 2019.

For his part, Mr. Djuro Ziga, President of Temerin municipality, expressed his aspiration to cooperate with a counterpart city of in Egypt, highlighting its excellence in agriculture and mining. He also invited Egyptian artists to participate in the painters colony, which will be hosted by the city in July, 2019.

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