Sunday, September 24, 2017

EMBASSY OF THE ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT

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EMBASSY OF THE ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT
Chancery: Andre Nikolića 12, Belgrade
Tel: +381 (11) 2650-585
Fax: +381 (11) 2651-225
E-mail: egemb@sbb.rs
Web page: http://www.mfa.gov.eg/english/embassies/egyptian_embassy_serbia/pages/default.aspx


Working hours:
Monday – Friday: 09.00-17.00h
Monday – Friday: 09.00-11.00h (Consular Section)

H.E. Mr. Ezzeldin Fahmy Mahmoud FAHMY

H.E. Mr. Ezzeldin Fahmy Mahmoud FAHMY

Ambasador-Egipta
Nikolic and Fahmi: Egypt understands the vital interests of Serbia

Serbia and Egypt and our nations is linked long and sincere friendship, which is specially secured close cooperation in the Non-Aligned Movement – said the Serbian President, adding that Serbia is ready to friendly relations and cooperation and to develop bilateral and multilateral level

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, received the credentials of newly appointed ambassador of Egypt in Belgrade Ezeldina Fahmi Mahmoud Fahmi.
Serbia and Egypt and our nations is linked long and sincere friendship, which is specially secured close cooperation in the Non-Aligned Movement – President Nikolic said, adding that Serbia is ready to friendly relations and cooperation and to develop bilateral and multilateral level, in all areas of common interest.

Ambassador Fahmi said that the threats and challenges that are now facing the international community emphasize the importance of maintaining the Egyptian-Serbian strategic dialogue, in order to close coordination of measures needed to address these new security challenges.

Reminding that relations between our two strategic countries more than a century, he has said he will work to improve our solid and historically based bilateral relations in all fields of mutual interest and areas of international cooperation.

– I think I am privileged by being taking office in Serbia, a country with a rich historical heritage, as well as a country that has historically maintained friendly relations with Egypt – said the new ambassador of Egypt.

National Day: July 23rd

Brief History

Egyptian-Serbian Relations witnessed an unprecedented prosperity period in the fifties and sixties of last century during the era of the Non-Aligned Movement, which created close bonds between the two leaders Nasser, and Tito. The disintegration of former Yugoslavia in the nineties together with the wars that broke out in the region had its effect on the level of diplomatic relations to be reduced twice to the level of Chargé d’Affaires. Yet at the advent of the third millennium the political leaderships in Egypt and Serbia resumed diplomatic relations at Ambassadorial level. Such distinguished relations are reflected in high-level visits between the two countries, most prominent of which is the official visit of the Serbian President in April 2009, the first visit of its kind, followed by heading the Serbian delegation to the NAM Summit, in Sharm El-Sheikh in July 2009. The Serbian President participated in the 11th African Union Summit in Sharm El-Sheikh, from June 30th to July 1st, 2008 as well

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