The activities of the “2nd Africa Day” conference, organized by Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology, began today, Tuesday, at its headquarters in the New City of Borg El-Arab, west of Alexandria.
The conference will be attended by Prof. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, via videoconference, in the presence of Masaki Noke, the Ambassador of Japan in Egypt, Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary, President of the University, and Prof. Masaaki Suzuki, Vice President of the University for International Relations.
The conference will be attended by 12 African ambassadors, including the ambassadors of Kenya, Angola, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Senegal, Rwanda, Zambia, Uganda, and Malawi.
The events include a presentation by Dr. Moataz Abdel Wahab about E-JUST and the most important programs and grants it offers to African students, an open dialogue with the university’s international students and an entertaining performance by the students.
On the sidelines of the “2nd Africa Day” conference, an exhibition of Japanese and African culture will be held, and participants will tour the Borg El-Arab campus.