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diplomat , official

Ramses Nassif was Egyptian journalist. Recipient First Farouk prize for Journalism, Cairo, 1945. Member Diplomatic Club Geneva (executive committee 1991).

Background

Nassif, Ramses was born on December 27, 1921 in Cairo.

Education

American University in Cairo, 1940-1944, Bachelor of Arts Journalism. Spoken languages: Arabic, English, French.

Career

Assistant professor American University, Cairo, 1943-1945. Diplomatic correspondent Almisri Newspaper, 1945-1947. Foreign news editor Akhbar-El-Yom, 1947-1949.

Correspondent United Nations, New York City, 1949-1953, officer secretariat, 1953, promotions public, chief arabic desk, 1954-1956, press liason with afro asian group, 1956-1961, spokesman for secretary general U Thant, 1961-1971. Director information United Nations Conference on Trade Development, Switzerland, 1973-1981. Personal advisor to the late Prince Sadruddin AGA Khan, Executive Delaware of Secretary-General for Humanatarian Program for Iraq, Geneva, 1991.

Lecturer Trinity College, Dublin, 1982.

Membership

Member Diplomatic Club Geneva (executive committee 1991).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Writing, reading.

Connections

Nassif Mankarius Abulkheir and Tafeeda Hanna Elias. Married Rosaleen McCallion, March 5, 1970. Children: Nabil, Nadine.

spouse:
Rosaleen McCallion

children:
Nabil Nassif

Nadine Nassif