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From the 13th to the 16th of June 2009
Alexandria, Egypt



  The Alexandria Chamber of Commerce as the president of the environmental commission of the ASCAME, is planning an environmental week in Alexandria – Egypt during the period from 13-16June 2009.

The event which is under the auspices of H.E. Dr. Ahmed Nazif, The Prime Minister of Egypt will include a symposium on "SELECTED ENVIROMENTAL ISSUES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION" at the Bibliotheca  Alexandrina, and an awareness campaign aimed at improving environmental behavior.

This event will bring together, Ministers of Environmental Affairs from several Mediterranean countries, Heads of Chambers of Commerce, C.E.Os of large Egyptian and foreign corporations, entrepreneurs and academicians from several countries of the world.

The Symposium will provide the opportunity to foster increased business relations between private organizations and companies in Egypt and businessmen from other nations.

Some of the expected guest speakers at the symposium include:  Dr. Mostafa Tolba, Director ICED, Professor Hussein Abaza, Head of economics and industry unit-UNEP, Dr. Felicita Scapini University of Florence, amongst many others.

It is in the light of the above that we express our pleasure inviting you to this international event as an institutional partner.

We request your collaboration in encouraging your members to participate in the symposium and to join our panel discussion groups (for the panelists the accommodation and local transportation fees will be totally covered).



Looking forward to hear from you and welcome you in Alexandria- Egypt.

Contact information Foreign Relations Dept. (email:
Phone: (+2 03) 546 – 48 – 92
Event type Conference
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Geographical coverage Egypt
Address Alexandria, Egypt
Organizer Alexandria Chamber of Commerce
Target audience International
Duration 4 days
Period [13/06/2009 - 16/06/2009]
Status Confirmed
Working language(s) ARABIC , ENGLISH , FRENCH