A ceremony has been held by the ambassador of Federal Republic of Germany in Cairo, Ambassador Hans Joerg Haber, on the occasion of honoring the Egyptian scientist, Dr.\ Abdul-Majid Qassem, for being donated the medal of merit from Federal Republic of Germany.
Sixty guests, including Dr.\ Adel Al-Adawy, Minister of Health, Dr.\ Sherif Hammad, Minister of Scientific Research, and Dr.\ Fathy Khodeir, Dean of Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, have participated in the ceremony.
Noteworthy, Dr.\ Abdul-Majid Qassem is a Professor of Gastroenterology and Liver Diseases at Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University.
Besides practicing medicine, Dr.\ Abdul-Majid Qassem has achievements in many fields of scientific research and education. He contributed to many medical writings in Germany. He has a long list of books and researches published in Gastroenterology and Liver Diseases field.
Ambassador Haber has praised the tireless efforts of Prof. Dr.\ Abdul-Majid Qassem for the sake of deepening the Egyptian-Germanic relations in sciences and education field. He stressed the idea that a medal of merit should symbolizes two items; our genuine appreciation of your efforts, and our desire to continue this productive cooperation in future as well.
Professor Fathy Khodeir, Dean of Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, has also delivered another speech in which he praised Professor Abdul-Majid Qassem.
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