Egypt in Africa: From Nasser to Sisi & # 39;


The Herald

Tendai H. Manzvanzvike Foreign Editor
As Egypt was prepared to host the African Union bicycle chairman, published by the country, through the State Information Service (SIC) the week the book went to & # 39; Writing his position in the mainland group, since a group of African Union (OAU) group was established in 1963 to date.

Yesterday President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was elected to take over the African Union bicycle chairman, before the OAU, at the Heads of State Headquarters and the Government in Ethiopia capital, Addis Ababa.

The name "Egypt in Africa: From Nasser to El-Sisi" and written by Abdel-Moati Abu-Zeid, Ramadan Korani and Samar Ibrahim, was published in several languages, including Arabic, English and French.

According to Ahram Online, Abdel-Moati Abu-Zeid is the head of the foreign media department at his SIC, and is occasionally Ramadan Korani, a managing editor of African Horizons and Samar Ibrahim the director of Asian Horizons.

According to reports, the book has a detailed overview of Egypt's policies in Africa from 1952 to date.

Although the book aims to educate Egyptian people about Africa as well as explaining the policies and vision of Egypt in terms of the continent, it will be an important educational tool across the mainland, and & # 39; Considering the important place played in Egypt.

Reports say the book is currently "distributed to Egyptian societies in Africa as well as foreign writers and diplomatic diplomatic confidence all over the world. It is also sent to the Egyptian parliament and search centers and media ".

Gamal Abdel Nasser was the second president of Egypt, and was among the leaders in the 32 African states founded by the OAU on 25 May 1963 in Addis Ababa.

Among the other directors who led to the introduction of Afra-Afghan ambitions included Emperor Haile Selassie Etiopia, Kwame Nkrumah from Ghana, Julius Nyerere from Tanzania, Kenyan Ken Jatta from Kenya, Sékou Touré from Guinea and Ken Kaunda from Zambia.

According to historical sources, the main aims of the OAU are:

l Co-ordinate and promote African-state cooperation to achieve a better life for African people.

• Protect the sovereignty of sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence.

By destroying all kinds of colonialism and a small minority as, when it was established, a number of states that still had not won their independence or had little control.

"Throughout its eight chapters, the book covers all aspects of African-Egyptian relationships, including security, economy, culture, politics and water issues, as well as being identifying Egypt's role in regional and continental groups in Africa, "a & # 39; refers to Ahram Online.

The 32th Session of the African Union's high-ranking meeting that began in the past, will come to an end today. President Mnangagwa is among the directors who attend the Earth.

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