Abdel Dayem delivers Egypt's speech before 120 countries at UNESCO’s General Conference
Tuesday، 19 November 2019 - 11:07 AM
Dr. Enas Abdel Dayem ,Minister of Culture, delivered Egypt's speech on 19 November at the 40th Edition of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) General Conference at its permanent headquarters in Paris.
These ceremonies were attended by: an array of culture minister’s representatives of 120 countries, Ambassador Ehab. Badawi - Egypt's Ambassador to France and its Permanent Representative to UNESCO and Dr. Heba Youssef, Head of Foreign Cultural Relations Sector.
Abdel Dayem said that this speech comes at the beginning of the fourth session, which discusses the issue of “culture in public Areas - a motivation for social and civilization transformation, preceded by holding three sessions on “culture and heritage.
Renewable energy for dialogue and peace”,
“Culture in the heart of education “and “A key dimension of human development and creativity for sustainable development”.
She pointing out that this participation reflects the international appreciation for Egypt and its cultural rank and civilization leadership, stressing that the soft power succeeded in opening new prospects for communication with various countries.
She adding that the global innovation system is working to establish an intellectual partnership to support and strengthen relations and ties between the peoples.