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Mahmoud KAREM

Dr. Mahmoud Karem served as the Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt to the Kingdom of Belgium and the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg, Head of Mission of Egypt to the European Communities, and Permanent Representative of Egypt to NATO from 2005 till 2010. Member of the Advisory Board of the Secretary General of the United Nations for Disarmament Matters for six years ending 2009, as well as member of the International Commission formed by the Director General of the IAEA on the “Nuclear Fuel Cycle”.

Dr. Karem Founded the Department for Disarmament and Peaceful uses of Nuclear Energy Affairs in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1992. He remained Director of that newly established Department as Assistant Foreign Minister, till August 1999. In September 1999 he was appointed as Ambassador to Japan till 2003.

Dr. Karem served in the Egyptian mission to the United Nations in New York from 1977, was elected rapporteur of the UNDC in 1981, was Deputy Head of Mission to the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva from 1988-1992, and headed important negotiations on several items and treaties including the CWC, the resolution on the Application of Agency Safeguards in the Middle East on the agenda of several General Conferences of the IAEA in Vienna.

Graduated from the American University in Cairo. He holds a PhD from University of South Carolina.