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His Excellency Ambassador / Ayman Aly KAMEL, has been Consul General of Egypt in Sydney since 2011, having Jurisdiction over the states of New South Wales, Queensland and Northern Territory.

Ambassador/ Kamel worked for over 28 years as a career diplomat and a public service official in various Egyptian missions abroad. Previously, he served as Head of the Consular mission in Jordan, where he had been looking after the interests of a community of more than 300 thousand Egyptians. Prior to this assignment he was Consul and Deputy Chief of mission in several countries including Italy, Mexico and the Sultanate of Oman.

Mr. Kamel held different positions in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; he was appointed Deputy assistant Foreign Minister from 2008 to 2010 and was responsible for several committees aiming at optimizing the administrative performance.

He holds an academic degree of Bachelor of Arts in French Language and Literature in 1986, and received a Diploma in International Relations from Geneva in 1994, as well as several specialized studies certificates in Diplomacy and Negotiations from George Town University in the United States and the German Foundation for International Development in Berlin and the Egyptian Institute for Diplomatic Studies.

Mr. Kamel participated in various international Conferences and Conventions dealing with numerous vital issues such as Interfaith Dialogue, Regional development, and multilateral cooperation and he was one of the Egyptian officers responsible for convening several rounds of the Middle East Peace Talks. He masters several languages including Arabic, French, English, Italian and Spanish.

Ambassador Kamel performed numerous volunteer tasks for Humanitarian causes with Charity Organizations such as the International Red Cross, the Egyptian Red Crescent, Caritas, Rotary and Lions.

He is married to Mrs. Ghada Youssef and father of two boys.


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