Egypt: Morsi Agrees On Nominating 7 New Ambassadors of Egypt Abroad

President Mohamed Morsi approved a limited diplomatic movement included nominating 7 new ambassadors for Egypt abroad as successors to the ambassadors who completed their services.

The decision, approved by the President, included nominating Mohamed Al-Noqali as an Ambassador to Togo, Sherief Al-Lithi as an Ambassador to Madagascar, Hesham Fathi Khalil as an Ambassdor to Gabon, Ihab Abu-Seriea as an Ambassador to Congo-Brazzaville, Osama Khalil as an Ambassador to Côte d'Ivoire, Mohamed Abu Bakr Moftah as an Ambassador to Libya and Ahmed Bahaa' as an Ambassador to Niger.

Meanwhile, President Morsi issued a decree of inaugurating an Egyptian Embassy in Brunei and charged the Foreign Ministry to take all the needed procedures and arrangements.

A diplomatic source said that this decree comes in the framework of consolidating the relations between Egypt and the sister countries as well as opening political, economic and educational cooperation, and attracting investments and tourism from Brunei.

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