Ambassador Hifa Abu Ghazaleh, Secretary General of the Arab League, said he was attending as honorary guest at the Golden Jubilee Session of the Egyptian Book Fair.
She said Ambassador Haifa Abu Ghazare, Deputy Director, Arab LeagueIn a special interview on the "Extra News" satellite on Saturday, the venue for the new book fair is very large and complex. "Explaining that the seminar supervised by the Arab League aims to define Egyptian citizens," I am amazed at the crowd attending the exhibition every day. And the Arab League.
She added. Arab League Secretary General Haifa Abu Ghazaleh, Assistant Professor of Social Affairs at the Arab League, All the players of the Arab League stand in this book fair and were put in place and prepared by the leaders of the Arab League.
In another context, the Secretary General of Haifa Abu Ghazaleh, the Director of the Social League Sector of the Arab League, and the Chairman of the University Participation File Committee, will be present at the 50th session of the Cairo International Book Fair, . The culmination of Arabic architecture, which collected abundant materials depicting figures and historical events that alter the process of social, economic and political history of the Arab state.
She explained. Arab League Secretary General Haifa Abu Ghazaleh, This choice was inspired by the unprecedented success of the university when the Arab world was a guest of honor at the 2004 Frankfurt Book Fair.
She said. Ambassador Haifa Abu Ghazare, Deputy Director, Arab LeagueThis activity marks the 74th anniversary of the founding of the Arab League of Nations, the first regional organization in March 1945, and culminated in the movement of Arab nationalism and Arab nationalist thinkers, established for the first time in current Arab history. It is the first institutional framework that embodies the dream of united Arab unity in recognition of the importance of unity in responding to the appeal and aspirations of the Arab people to achieve their independence and to preserve their Arab identity.
By Took Shaw