Prof. Dr. Hany Elshimy, Faculty of Agriculture Dean, Cairo University, has been certified as ،،International Relations Ambassador,, . It is a high level certificate that is granted from Hiroshima University for the figures who contributed to lifting scientific and research relations between Egypt and Japan. The certification was during a great celebration held by Hiroshima University at Japan and attended by Hiroshima University President Dr. Ouchi and professors.
Dr. Hany Elshimy is the first Arab and African academician who gets this high level certificate in Japan, donated by Hiroshima University after the university president approval. Elshimy is the second foreign academician who gets this certificate in Japan.
Hiroshima University website published the certificate hand-over celebration photos.
Faculty of Agriculture Dean made remarkable contributions to boosting scientific and research relations between Cairo University and Hiroshima University most prominent of which are research cooperation between the two universities in education, agricultural development research and student exchange.
Cairo University President visited Hiroshima University earlier in February accompanied by Faculty of Agriculture Dean of Cairo University. They agreed with Hiroshima University President on increasing scientific and research cooperation between the two universities, increasing joint research work opportunities and student exchange.
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