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Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean announces Egypt’s Sisi as ‘Champion of Peace’

Egypt’s ambassador to Italy Bassam Rady said that the Secretary General of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean (PAM) Sergio Piazzi (Italian), handed him the PAM’s decision letter to grant Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sis the special PAM Prize for 2024 titled “Champion of Peace.”

Rady said that this comes in recognition of President Sisi’s humanitarian efforts to bring security and stability to the region, especially regarding the Gaza crisis.

The Egyptian ambassador added that Piazzi assured him that Sisi’s name will go down in history for his work in ensuring the stability and security of the region.

The official announcement of the winners and the presentation of the award are scheduled to take place during the opening session of the eighteenth plenary session of PAM scheduled to be held on May 15 in the city of Braga, Portugal.

The official decision stated the following:

“Mr. President Sisi. As you know, The PAM Prize is awarded annually to individuals and organizations whose outstanding contributions in various domains significantly advance political, socio-economic development, environmental protection, culture, and inter-religious dialogue in the Euro-Mediterranean and Gulf regions, thereby fostering peace and prosperity.”

“It is my great pleasure to inform you that His Excellency Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, has been selected as the recipient of the special PAM Prize for the year 2024, titled “Champion of Peace” for his remarkable efforts in achieving a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, facilitating the delivery of critical aid to the Palestinian population, and securing the release of hostages. His leadership and dedication have played a pivotal role in promoting peace and stability in the region.

“Considering Egypt’s ongoing endeavors to provide humanitarian assistance to Gaza, negotiate lasting ceasefires, and advocate for a Two-State Solution align with the principles enshrined in the UN Charter and relevant Resolutions. The nation’s commitment to preventing further escalation of conflicts underscores its crucial role in safeguarding international and regional peace and security.”


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