Event Details

Monday, July 23, 2018

DEFENSE: Reception and dinner with Major General Mohamed Elkeshky, Assistant Minister for Foreign Relations, Ministry of Defense of the Arab Republic of Egypt

Event Information

Date & time

Monday, July 23, 2018
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

Washington , DC

Contact

Spencer Cresswell at +1-646-250-7012 or scresswell@bciu.org

This is an off-the-record executive dinner with Major General Mohamed Elkeshky, Assistant Minister for Foreign Relations, Ministry of Defense of the Arab Republic of Egypt. 

Accompanying Delegation: 

Major General Salaheldin Shahin Soliman, Advisor for Information, Military Intelligence

Major General Khaled Shawky Osman, Defense, Military, Naval & Air Attaché

Major General Mahmoud Hassanin, Incoming Defense Attaché

Brigadier General Hossam Elshahawy, Chief, Egyptian-US Relations Branch

Brigadier General Zaher Elshakankery, Director, Procurement  Office

General Hesham Salaheldin Ibrahim, Chief of US Grant

Lieutenant Colonel Eslam Elzeftawy, Assistant Defense Attaché

Lieutenant Colonel Ahmad Ibraheim Hegazy, Interpreter

 

Venue details will be confirmed upon registration.

This event is hosted by Sierra Nevada Corporation.  Additional co-hosting opportunities are available.

For more information, please contact Spencer Cresswell at scresswell@bciu.org or +1-646-250-7012.

 

Biographical Information

Major General Mohamed Elkeshky currently serves as the Assistant Minister for Foreign Relations in the Ministry of Defense of the Arab Republic of Egypt.

Previously, Major General Elkeshky served as the Commander of the Artillery Military Zone; Defense Attaché to the United States and Canada; Chief of Staff of the Artillery Military Zone; Chief of Operations for the Artillery Corps; Commander of Artillery Division; Artillery Brigade Commander, Assistant Defense Attaché to the United Kingdom; Artillery Battalion Commander; and Artillery Battery Commander.

Major General Elkeshky has undertaken military studies both in Egypt and the United States, including at Egypt's War College, the United States' National War College, and the U.S. Advanced Artillery Course.