Thursday 22 November 2018
Books – Osama Abdel Karim:
Ambassador Nabila Makram, Minister of Immigration and Foreign Affairs of Egypt, met Dr. Mohieddin Obaid, head of Pharmacist Syndicate and Chair of the Union of Arab Pharmacists, to review the latest movements in the killing of Egyptian pharmacist Ahmed Taha in Saudi Arabia during his work.
According to a statement on Thursday, Ambassador Nabila Makram expressed his appreciation for the efforts of the Syndicate Pharmacists at this event and the role played by the Embassy and Congregation of Egypt in Saudi Arabia to follow the progress of the investigations, emphasizing that all interested parties work hard and direct every possibility to complete the transfer procedures. Payment of balances and financial compensation is full, as Saudi Arabia gives this event a great and full confidence in the judiciary's justice in Saudi.
Dr Mohieldin Obeid, the head of the pharmacist's syndicate, said the union was in constant contact with the Saudi company to facilitate the full payment of compensation and compensation procedures for the Egyptian chemist. Engineer Yasser Al-Juhraji, CEO of Al Nahdi Group in Saudi Arabia, said: As well as buying a family burial site in Salah Salem cemetery, adding that the company's director is committed to providing Egyptian's family pharmacist for life.
The head of the pharmacists, in his speech, forms a defense panel of solicitors in the company and uses another Saudi group to take over the defense in this case, some of which have a doctorate in Saudi law, to know the law details , especially in such cases, and are now agencies that work by the family of Ahmed Taha to complete All procedures relating to the payment of claims and compensation, as well as the follow-up of the investigations in the case.
In a different context, the Immigration Minister and the Head of Pharmacists discussed methods of co-operation in supplying the National Committee responsible for preparing the database of Egyptians overseas with a database & # 39 ; the union of Egyptian pharmacists abroad. This is what the pharmacist chair promises to start receiving 100,000 data in my Pharmacist and doctors association, and then compile these data to the list of the database Egyptians abroad and to give the Committee as soon as possible.
During the meeting, Ambassador Nabila Makram discussed the importance of co-operation with the Syndicate Pharmacists to launch an awareness campaign on all the banned drugs in the Gulf countries and to issue a newsletter on these drugs. The president of the pharmacists said that the expert agencies in the Gulf countries will be linked to detecting the prohibited drugs. Any update on its list, so that the awareness campaign can be completed as necessary.