Foreign Ministry opens capacity building course for French-speaking African diplomats

Sami Hegazi
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Hamdi Sanad Loza, the Deputy Foreign Minister for African Affairs, opened a course organised and hosted by the Institute of Diplomatic Studies to build the capacity of French-speaking African diplomats.

The course will be held in cooperation with the Institute of Diplomatic Studies and the Egyptian Agency for Partnership and Development and 23 diplomats and senior officials of 11 African sister countries: Namely Mauritania, Togo, Senegal, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi, Comoros, Chad, Mali, Gabon, Burkina Faso, and Cameroon.

The two-week training course comes in the context of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ keenness to exchange experience with African brotherly countries and their diplomatic staffs in the field of developing diplomatic skills, negotiation, and crisis management, as well as introducing the most important priority issues for the African continent on the international scene.

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