Egypt takes part in Religions for Peace World Assembly

Egypt's Minister of Immigration and Expatriates Affairs Nabila Makram is in Germany to represent the Middle East Council of Churches at the Religions for Peace World Assembly, which opened Tuesday (August 20th).

The assembly is being held in the German city of Lindau, and will continue through Friday, Egypt’s Ahram Online reported.

German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier is attending, and 100 countries are taking part, with 900 religious representatives, government and NGO officials and key figures and activists in the field of religious tolerance.

Makram will take part in a discussion on enhancing tolerance and eradicating violence and extremism, and will deliver a speech on the role of women in society to establish principles of peace and acceptance of others.

She is set to hold a meeting with members of the Egyptian community in Frankfurt to review the latest activities and campaigns launched by the immigration ministry.

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