Epiphany Well-Wishings By The Naval Forces Delegation In Alexandria To His Holiness Pope Tawadros II

Epiphany Well-Wishings By The Naval Forces Delegation In Alexandria To His Holiness Pope Tawadros II

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The Patriarchate Headquarters of Alexandria. Alexandria, Egypt. His Holiness Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria received Sunday morning Lieutenant General Ahmad Khalid the Naval Forces Commander, Major General Staff Ashraf Atwa the Navy War Chief of Staff, Navy Admiral Walid Shaltout head of the Administration Division, and Major General Mohamed Ahmed Assistant Navy Commander, and Maj. Gen. Tariq Adli the Alexandria’ Navy Base Commander, and several leaders of the naval forces in Alexandria, where the military delegation congratulated His Holiness the Epiphany glorious.

“Epiphany Well-Wishings By The Naval Forces Delegation In Alexandria To His Holiness Pope Tawadros II” Ashraf Atwa, Chief of Staff for the Navy Forces

His Eminence Anba Pavle General Bishop of the Churches of Montaza attended the meeting with the Naval Forces delegation. They were all accompanied by Anba Aalarion Bishop General of the Churches of West Alexandria, and Anba Hermena Bishop General of the Churches of East Alexandria, and Anba Severus General Bishop and the supervisor of the monasteries of St. Thomas, Sohag and Khatatba and St. Moses the Black at Al-Alamin, and St. Boktor Balkhtatabh and joined by Father Emile Abraham and Undersecretary of the Patriarchate of Alexandria and many priests from Alexandria.

Coptic Christians celebrate Epiphany feast amid tight security measures. Coptic Christians across Egypt celebrated the Epiphany feast on Saturday evening, under stepped up security measures as governors and executive leaders visited churches to congratulate the Egyptian Copts.

Governor, Head of Security Directorate, and Egypt Naval Forces Chief of Staff congratulate Pope Tawadros

In Alexandria, Governor Abdul Aziz Qanswa, Head of Security Directorate Mohamed al-Sharif, Chief of Staff for the Navy Ashraf Atwa, and religious leaders and delegations from the Endowment Ministry, and Al-Azhar visited the papal seat headquarters of the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral to congratulate Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria on the Epiphany feast.

Pope Tawadros II, Coptic Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria and all Africa, also received Theodore II and his accompanying delegation to congratulate him with the Epiphany feast.

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