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Cuban flag Embassy of Cuba in Cairo

Address10, Kamel Mohammed Street, Level 11, Office 4
Zamalek, Cairo
Phonelocal: (02) 2736.0551
international: +20.2.2736.0551
Faxlocal: (02) 2736.3209
international: +20.2.2736.3209
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Sat, 15 Jul 2017 03:07 EDT
Hi, I would to travel to cuba for visiting and known of life there
I think cuba is good place to study bones medicine abd good place to treatment. Please can you tell me how I can get visa and how many cost ...please I need details .
thank you very much.
Tue, 23 Dec 2014 04:19 EST
TO : HE Director of Cultural Relations

Would like to advice me as to who I could contact in Cuba regarding to acceptance of my son Sudanese nationality resident on SAUDI ARABIA to study medicine in Cuba .and date of Universities opening date.


Hassan Hamed
Fax :0096613826950
Maher Rizkallah
Thu, 23 Jan 2014 05:03 EST
Dear sir

Hope this mail finds you well.

Attached you`ll find my resume as I am applying for any vacancy at your embassy.

As you will see in my enclosed resume; i have a wide experience in administrative, travelling & banqueting work for more than e than 25 years.

I would like to thank you for reviewing my resume & hope you get in touch with me at +201001407645 or you can drop an e-mail at your convenience.

Truly yours,

Maher Rizkallah
Wed, 9 Mar 2011 04:32 EST
just a qeustion
i'm a former army officer 2 years ago i
want to study intelligance i need
your help to find out whom i
should be talking to i red that there is a chance in cuba's agencies

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