Badr Abdelatty sworn in as Egypt’s Minister of Foreign Affairs

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Badr Abdelatty was sworn in as Egypt’s new Minister of Foreign Affairs before Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi during the recent cabinet reshuffle. He succeeds Sameh Shoukry in this important role.

Abdelatty’s professional journey began in 1987 when he worked as a researcher at the Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies until 1989. Since then, he has embarked on a distinguished diplomatic career.

His previous roles include serving as Egypt’s Ambassador to the Kingdom of Belgium, the Duchy of Luxembourg, and the European Union until July 2024. He also held the position of Egypt’s Permanent Representative to NATO during the same period. Prior to these appointments, Abdelatty served as Egypt’s Ambassador to Germany from 2015 to 2019.

In addition, he has held various key positions, including Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Official Spokesperson for the Ministry, and Director of the Public Diplomacy Department between 2013 and 2015.

Throughout his career, Abdelatty has contributed significantly to Egypt’s diplomatic efforts, representing the country in various international contexts, including in America, Japan, and Israel.

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