Barcelona greets Egypt’s Revolution Martyrs and received 14 Arab ambassadors
Stop my players to Barcelona and Sporting Gijon minute of silence before the start of their match on Saturday evening tribute to the martyrs of the Egyptian Revolution that broke out on Jan. 25 and ended with the resignation of President Mohammad Hosni Mubarak from office.
And everyone in the Stadium Municipal El Molennon stand a minute of silence in honor of the lives of about 300 killed between citizens and security men were killed during the protests, which lasted 18 days and were stationed in Egypt’s main squares, especially the editorial heart of Cairo.
The meeting ended with a draw the two teams lined up for Aboheme Mtusbandin around the circle in the middle of the field sucked majestic.
This was not the only communication on the part of Barcelona with the Arab world, as the Catalan club announced on Saturday through his reception President Sandro Rosell, the ambassadors of 14 Arab countries to Spain to discuss ways to build bridges of relations with different countries.
And AGP for the meeting, the Egyptian ambassador in Spain, without giving any reason for his absence the club, though the great political change through which the country may be the closest interpretation of reality.
The meeting was attended by the ambassadors of Jordan, Kuwait, Algeria, Oman, Tunisia, UAE, Qatar, Syria, Iraq, Mauritania, Yemen, Morocco, Sudan, Saudi Arabia in addition to the Ambassador of the Arab League.