South Sudan’s ambassador to the Archbishop of the Episcopal/Anglican church: Your church encourages acceptance of diversity.
The Archbishop and the ambassador of South Sudan discuss facilitating the procedures of the Sudanese in Egypt
Ambassador of South Sudan praises the Egyptian government’s support for his country
The Archbishop discusses the call for a youth conference in southern Sudan
Dr. Mouneer Hanna Anis, Archbishop of the Province of Alexandria, received today, Tuesday, Ambassador Joseph Mum Majak of South Sudan to Cairo, at the headquarters of the Cathedral of All Saints in Zamalek
The ambassador praised the role of the church in Sudan in encouraging young people to accept diversity and confront tribalism, which was the cause of conflicts and wars in the country, thanking the church in Egypt for its care of the Sudanese in Cairo
The ambassador stressed the importance of the Egyptian role in providing aid to his country, especially the South Sudan Medical Center, which was opened in Juba recently
The Archbishop discussed with the ambassador the idea of calling a conference for the people of Southern Sudan who have completed their university studies in Egypt in order to encourage them to return to the redevelopment of Southern Sudan in cooperation with the Egyptian government.
It is worth noting that the Episcopal Church in Southern Sudan is the largest in a number of Episcopal/Anglican churches and maintains strong friendship relations with its episcopal counterpart in Egypt.