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Egyptian Teaching staff's club: No intentions to cut off ties with teaching institutions in Algeria.
Egyptian Teaching staff's club: No intentions to cut off ties with teaching institutions in Algeria.
In a conference which brought together Egyptian Teaching club's and administrations allegations claiming that the Teacher's council will boycott relations with Algerian Educational and academic club's were denied .
Sunday, November 29,2009 10:45
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In a conference which brought together  Egyptian Teaching club's and administrations  allegations claiming that the Teacher's council will boycott relations with Algerian Educational and academic club's were denied . The accusations were made after clashes took place in Sudan attacking Egyptian fans following the Algeria- Egyptfootball game.

 

A statement was issued to clarify that no Egyptian governmental teaching institutions, research centers or academies including Al-azhar have revealed any intentions of cutting off ties with the Algerians or their Educational centers.

 

The conference cited that The Teacher club's academics and intellectuals  was only interested in increasing culture and uniting interests in both countries promoting good will and mutual respect that is important for the well being of Egypt, Algiers and the whole Arab world.

tags: Teaching Staff / Soccer / National Team / Algeria / Egypt / Arab World / Islamic Unity / World Cup
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