Inauguration of Sayeed Jamal-u-Din Afghan street in Egypt
Egypt shadow ambassador to Kabul told media that his country will provide 110 scholarships to Afghan students. This issue was raised in a meeting of “Walid-ul-Sharif” shadow ambassador of Egypt in a meeting with Mohammad Mohaqiq deputy of Chief executive. In this meeting, deputy chief of chief executive said: “Afghanistan and Egypt relationship returns to one century before and Afghanistan national unity government is willing to increase this relationship in the different areas.”
Meanwhile, the shadow ambassador of Egypt in Kabul has announced that they are willing to inaugurate Sayed Jamal-u-Din Afghan street in Egypt in upcoming days. According to Egyptian authorities, more than 1000 afghan scholars are studying in Egypt universities and soon this size will increase.