Ambassador Nabila Makram Abdel Shaheed, Minister of State for Immigration and Egyptians Abroad Affairs, witnessed the activities of the first day of the camp in Sharm El-Sheikh.
The participation of Ambassador Nabila Makram came within the framework of the implementation of the presidential initiative “I speak Arabic” launched by the Ministry of Immigration under the auspices of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi to confront the war of obliteration of identity among the sons of Egyptians living abroad. Medhat Al-Adl, and the song continued to be broadcast and remained accompanying the events of games, competitions and various activities, and the children chanted it along with a number of other Egyptian national songs.
Ambassador Nabila Makram said that she is keen for the children of Egyptians abroad to participate in the camp in order to pass on the lofty traditions and values to the new generations, pointing out that a new category of children is targeted to build their awareness and perceptions on positive and sound foundations and concepts so that they are permanently connected to the homeland.
For their part, the children welcomed the minister and expressed their happiness with her participation in the camp. The children were also keen to take many memorial photos, talk to her and convey their positive feelings towards the homeland and all the care and attention they received from the ministry during the camp.
The camp will continue until July 17, and this time comes as a continuation of the vision adopted by the Ministry of Immigration within the presidential initiative "Speak Arabic" to urge Egyptians abroad to speak Arabic in order to preserve the national and Egyptian identity.
Source: Al-Ahram Gate