Foda and Al Jarwan Agree on the Launch Date for the Arab Declaration for Tolerance and Peace
Major General Dr. Khaled Fouda, the Governor of South Sinai, convened on Sunday morning meeting with His Excellency Ahmed bin Mohamed Al Jarwan, the President of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace. During this meeting, both parties expressed their satisfaction with the successful completion of this significant encounter, which falls within the ongoing communication and coordination between them. This collaboration is rooted in their shared commitment to spread the culture of tolerance and peace among all levels of society.
The meeting culminated in an agreement to unveil the initiative by the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, known as the Arab Declaration for Tolerance and Peace. This unveiling will take place as part of the grand celebration organized by the Egyptian state to officially announce the commencement of the Great Transfiguration Project in the city of St. Catherine. The Global Council for Tolerance and Peace will provide recommendations regarding the content and components of this initiative.
Furthermore, both parties agreed to extend invitations to a wide range of Egyptian, regional, and international organizations, including Al-Azhar, the Coptic Church, the Vatican, the League of Arab States, the United Nations and its affiliated agencies, as well as relevant regional and international stakeholders. This inclusive approach aims to enhance the visibility of the major Egyptian event sponsored by the Egyptian state and the official launch of the project in St. Catherine. Such widespread participation will generate significant momentum within Egypt and beyond, at the local, regional, and international levels.
Additionally, the two parties discussed the establishment and inauguration of a regional headquarters for the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace in the city of St. Catherine, on the African continent. This facility will serve as a platform and beacon for promoting the values of tolerance and peace within the region, Africa, and the world. It solidifies Egypt’s pivotal role in this endeavor and underscores the fact that St. Catherine is a global symbol of tolerance and peace in the Arab region, Africa, and across the globe. The official opening of this headquarters is scheduled to coincide with the Egyptian celebration of the launch of the Great Transfiguration Project in St. Catherine.
The meeting was attended by Major General Khaled Metwally, the advisor to the Governor for International Relations, Development, and Political Communication, the advisor Walid Al-Sibai, the Legal Advisor to the Governor of South Sinai, and Dr. Ahmed Hassan Foley, the advisor to the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace for Public International Law.