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Egypt’s opposition leader and Nobel laureate Mohamed ElBaradei leaves at the end of a joint conference on November 22, 2012, in Cairo.
Date of Birth: June 17, 1942
Location: Cairo, Egypt
Name of birth: Mohamed Mostafa ElBaradei
Father: Mostafa ElBaradei, lawyer
Mother: Aida (Hegazi) ElBaradei
Marriage: Aida (Elkachef) ElBaradei
For example: Laila and Mostafa
Student: University of Cairo, bachelor’s degree in Law, 1962; New York University School of Law, doctorate in International Law, 1974
1964 – Starting his career in the Diplomatic Mission of Egypt. Serving Permanent Missions of Egypt and United Nations and New York and Geneva.
1974-1978 – Special Assistant to the Egyptian Foreign Ministry.
1980 – Chief Executive Officer of the International Law Program and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
1981-1987 – Adjunct professor of international law at New York University School of Law.
1984 – Follow the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) as a legal advisor.
December 1997-November 2009 – Director General of the IAEA.
March 7, 2003 – And the show provided UN Security Council, ElBaradei said at the IAEA “So far there is no evidence or rational evidence of a resurgence of nuclear weapons programs in Iraq.”
October 7, 2005 – Receive the Nobel Peace Prize, as well as the IAEA, for its efforts “To prevent the use of nuclear power for war and to ensure that nuclear power is used for peaceful purposes in the safest way.”
February 2006 – Receiving the All-Great cloth, Egypt’s most glorious.
April 26, 2011 – ElBaradei’s book, “Time of Deception: Nuclear Atomic and Deceptive Time,” is published.
July 14, 2013 – He was sworn in as Egypt’s vice president for foreign relations.
August 14, 2013 – He has served as vice president for foreign relations and has come down to address the outrage of police and government opponents. He moved to Vienna before the end of the month.