Ambassador Haifa Abu-Ghazaleh, Deputy Secretary General of the Department of Social Affairs of the Arab League, presented the guest of honor at the Cairo International Book Fair in its 50th session, which will begin Tuesday. It is the culmination of this Arab building, which gathers in its forces rich materials that portray vivid images and historical events that would change the course of social, economic and political history of the Arab countries.
He explained that this choice was inspired by the unparalleled success of the University when the Arab world was a guest of honor at the 2004 Frankfurt International Book Fair.
Abu Ghazaleh said in a press statement that this activity comes on the 74th anniversary of the foundation of the League of Arab States, the first regional organization established in March 1945, marks the culmination of the Arab nationalist movement and Arab nationalist thinking, and the first institutional framework that embodies the dream of Arab unity, which was established in response to the appeals and aspirations of the Arab peoples and aware of the importance of unity to achieve the independence of the Arab states and preserve the Arab identity.
He added that the guest wing of the League of Arab States will be composed of the Arab Municipal Action Center, the Free Reading Area, the Center for Educational Initiatives and Knowledge, from the Arab League Memory Area, from the children's corner, from the Arab Salon and the Media Zone.
source: 7th day