To participate in the launch of the third edition of the Afrabia Award The poet Hisham El-Gakh will visit Khartoum

To participate in the launch of the third edition of the Afrabia Award The poet Hisham El-Gakh will visit Khartoum

The Egyptian poet Hisham Al-Gakh will visit Sudan on May 13th to attend the inauguration ceremony of the 3rd edition of the African Prize organized by the Arab Youth Council in partnership with the League of Arab States and the African Union, sponsored by First Vice-President Bakri Hassan Saleh National prime Minster.
Al-Gakhh expressed his happiness to visit Sudan for the second time and described it as good and generous, pointing out that he had visited Sudan before to participate in the program of 9coffee rinse) in the Nile Blue Canal in 2014 and renewed his happiness in communicating with the participants of the award from Arab African countries. And sponsored by the African Award.
For his part, Dr. Awad Hassan, secretary general of the Arab and African Youth Council, said that the third African award addition will witness many important events in various youth and cultural fields and welcomed the poet Hisham Al-Gakh.

Awad said that this year’s award aspires to achieve the recommendations of the Arab and African Summit in Malabo to support Arab and African cooperation, adding that the last edition of the award was attended by 18 Arab and African countries and we seek to share more this year.
Hisham El-Gakh is an Egyptian poet who was born in the Upper Galilee family. He received the title of the best young poet of the Egyptian Writers Union in 2008. He won the second position in the Prince of Poets Competition in Abu Dhabi in the poetry of Al-Fasih in 2011. Arabic, and the title of (Hawis Arabic poetry), for its connection to the flow of poetry.

The poet has many poems in the Egyptian language and the Egyptian language is known through his continuous presence in the Arab media and remains his poem, which his mother (of course Mstlsh al-Asha) of the most poems that imitated millions in the Arab world, along with poems that echoed by people including the visa and Juha and 3 sheep and another A letter in the Torah and a vertical scene from Tahrir Square and other poems that have become popular among Arab and African youth.