The AFASU Golden Award, the highest level of the African-Asian Union Awards
The AFASU Golden Award, the highest level of the African-Asian Union Awards, is won by Osama Saraya, one of the most important journalist writers in the Middle East.
Journalist Osama Saraya won the African-Asian Union “AFASU” Golden Award for Journalistic Excellence for all of his work.
Dr. Hossam Darwish, President of the African-Asian Union (AFASU), which emerged from the Afro-Asian Peoples’ Solidarity Organization, presented
journalist Osama Saraya with the AFASU Golden Award for Journalistic Excellence, during the symposium of the sixty-five years of Afro-Asian Solidarity at the headquarters of the Afro-Asian Peoples’ Solidarity Organization.
It is known that this award is the highest award offered by the AFASU, as it was received by the President of Zanzibar, Dr. Hussein Ali Mwinyi, the Tanzanian Minister of Investment, Ambassador Kamal Hassan Ali to the League of Arab States, the tourism businessman Enan Al-Galaly, the hotel businessman Kamel Abu Ali, and Sheikh Al-Azhar Al-Sharif and many distinguished African and Asian figures, each in their field and specialty.
Osama Saraya confirmed that he is very happy to receive this valuable award from the federation, as he had previously attended the award ceremony for one of the African leaders in the field of tourism and hotels. He wished to obtain the award due to the great importance of the African-Asian Union (AFASU), and since it emerged from a global historical organization that is the second oldest. An organization in the world that is more than sixty-five years old.
It is the Afro-Asian Peoples Solidarity Organization, which is headed today by His Excellency Professor Dr. Helmy Al-Hadidi, former Minister of Health of the Arab Republic of Egypt.