Who took jean paul sartre to Egypt in 1967?

Satre was accompanied by fellow existential philosopher Simone de Beauvoir and friend Claude Lanzmann. The invitation had been extended by the daily Egyptian newspaper, Al-Ahram at the behest of local intellectuals. It is possible that the Egyptian government (majority owners of Al-Ahram) were equally keen for Satre to meet the nation's intellectuals: given his criticism of the French colonisation of Algeria, the government had repeatedly tried to secure a visit since the early 60s, hopeful that Satre would spread a pro-Arab sentiment in the West,