Former Secretaries-General

  • Dr. Nabil Al-Arabi 2011-2016

    Born on March 15, 1935; held several positions; received a number of medals, scarves and awards from countries of the world; obtained a Bachelor of Laws from Cairo University 1955

    PhD in Legal Science from New York University Law School (1971).

    • Master of International Law from New York University School of Law (1969).

    • Bachelor of Law, Cairo University (1955).

  • Mr. Amr Moussa 2001 - 2011

    Mr. Amr Moussa was born on 3 October 1936; he held many positions; he received a number of decorations, scarves and awards from the countries of the world;


  • Dr.. Ahmed Esmat Abdel Meguid 1991 - 2001

    His Excellency Dr. Ahmed Esmat Abdul Majid was born in Alexandria on March 22, 1923. He held many positions and received decorations and awards from countries around the world. He obtained a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Alexandria 1944

  • Al - Shazly Al - Qalibi 1979 - 1990

    Born September 6, 1925 in Tunis, he received his secondary education at the Sadiq school and then joined Paris to pursue his higher studies in literature and philosophy at the Sorbonne. And you get your leave in Arabic language and literature in 1947. He won the Tabriz debate in 1950.


  • Mahmoud Riyad 1972 - 1979

    Born 8 January 1917.

    Graduated from the Military Academy in Egypt in 1936.

    He taught Tactics at the Military College as of 1942.

  • Mohammed Abdel Khalek Hassouna 1952 - 1972

    Law firm from 1921 to 1922. A prosecutor in Alexandria after his return from the mission from 1925 to 1926. Accompanying the Egyptian Embassy in Berlin from 1926 to 1927. Chargé d'affaires of the Egyptian Embassy in Prague from 1927 to 1928.

  • Abdul Rahman Azzam 1945 - 1952

    First Secretary-General of the League of Arab States.

    Abdul Rahman Azzam Pasha was born on March 8, 1893 in the western Shubak, the center of Ayyat, Giza province of an Arab family belonging to the Arabian Peninsula. He studied medicine at St. Thomas College, University of London in 1912.

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