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Mohamed Said El-Banhawy, Egyptian diplomat. United Nations fellow Hague Academy, 1970, New York University, 1978-1979. Member International Law Association Egypt, Institute Law of the Sea, University Hawaii William S. Richardson School Law.

Background

El-Banhawy, Mohamed Said was born on October 7, 1935 in Egypt. Son of Mohamed Zaki Mahmoud and Aisha Rizk (Alzalabani) El B.

Education

Degree in Law, Cairo University, 1957. Postgraduate, Cairo University, 1964.

Career

Attorney Bar Association, Cairo, 1957-1958. Legal officer Government of Egypt, 1958-1961. Attache legal department Ministry Foreign Affairs, Cairo, 1961-1964.

Attache, 3d secretary Embassy of Egypt, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 1968-1970. Trainee legal division International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, 1970, with international organization department, 1971-1972, 1st secretary, counsellor, chief disarmament division Lima, 1976-1978. 2d. secretary, then 1st secretary Embassy of Egypt, Peru, 1972-1976.

Counsellor in charge legal affairs Mission of Egypt to United Nations, 1978-1983. With North America department Ministry Foreign Affairs, 1983, with legal department, 1983-1984. Minister-counsellor Embassy of Egypt, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 1984-1985.

Assistant secretary general Asian-African Legal Consultative Committee, New Delhi, 1985-1989, ambassador, deputy director legal department, 1989, ambassador department director international organizations department, 1989-1990. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Sri Lanka and Maldives Embassy of Egypt, Colombo, since 1990.

Membership

Member International Law Association Egypt, Institute Law of the Sea, University Hawaii William S. Richardson School Law.

Connections

Married Soad M. Shalaby, July 1, 1970. Children: Iman, Sherin, Mohmoud Sherif.

father:
Mohamed Zaki Mahmoud B.

mother:
Aisha Rizk (Alzalabani) El B.

spouse:
Soad M. Shalaby

children:
Iman El-Banhawy

Sherin El-Banhawy

Mohmoud Sherif El-Banhawy