The British capital, London, hosted a ceremony in honor of Ambassador Tariq Adele after his tenure in the United Kingdom ended.
The celebration took place under the umbrella of the Egyptian Council in the UK, where the ceremony was overseen by Dr. Rasha Kamal, Cultural Coordinator and Mustafa Raqab, Director of the Egyptian Family Home in London.
The ceremony was attended by Ambassador Tariq Youssef, Embassy and Consulate General, Brigadier General Sameh Sulaiman, Dean of the Egyptians Dr. Ahmed El-Mogadam, Ambassador Mohammed Rafat, Ambassador Jumana Najm El-Din, Sheikh Hamad Antonio. , And all advisers to the Embassy in Britain, Essam Sheriff, Vice President of the International Federation of Karate Internationals, who honored the Ambassador.
In the same context, Diya Kamal, President of the Doctors’ Association, Abdullah Hilal, Vice President of the Nubian League, and Makti Abbas, President of the Egyptian Community Association, delivered speeches praising the efforts made by Ambassador Tariq Adel during his tenure. He noted that he had contributed to the improvement of relations between Egypt and Britain, as well as in his readiness for the President’s visit.
At the end of the meeting, the Ambassador addressed the gathering in which he praised the functioning of the Egyptian Family Home and their efforts in support of the country. He thanked the union leaders and everyone who attended, and recalled memories of living 40 years ago. At the Egyptian Cultural Office, where he studied in Britain, he expressed his great admiration and status of the building at that time.
The meeting concluded with a concert featuring patriotic Egyptian songs.
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