In the College of Education for Girls a discussion of the master’s thesis was held (Egypt’s position on the problems of the Horn of Africa, 1961-1990, “a historical study”).
Master’s student Alya Mejbel Aziz Jassim under the supervision of Assistant Professor Dr. Ahmed Bahaa Abdel Razzaq from the Department of History.
The message aimed to shed light on the Horn of Africa, which is a strategic region that controls the transport routes of oil from the Arabian Gulf through the Bab al-Mandab Strait, and it is important for Egypt as it has political, economic, strategic and military ties,
The message came to study the general conditions of the Horn of Africa during this period, to try to get rid of colonialism, to clarify the reasons for Ethiopia’s adherence to the Ogaden region and Eritrea, to clarify the Egyptian position on the problems and conflicts of the Horn of Africa, and to try successive Egyptian governments to solve them.
Prof. Ashraf Muhammad Mo’nis from Ain Shams University from the Arab Republic of Egypt participated in the committee electronically via the Zoom app. This participation is the first in the history department for the discussion committee to include in its membership a professor from an Arab university.