This came during his meeting with CEO of the General Authority for Investment and Free Zones (GAFI) Mohamed Abdel Wahab in which they discussed fostering investment relations as well as attracting more UK investments to the Egyptian market.
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on December 16.
UK Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan Robert Fairweather, and UK Special Envoy for the Red Sea and Horn of Africa Philip Parham visited Egypt on November 24, 2021.
On her Facebook page, the First Lady said, "the Duchess' words really expressed love for Egypt and happiness to visit it again in years."
Prince Charles valued the efforts deployed by Egypt over the past years on the level of countering extremist ideas and combating terror.
That was the second destination of the Duchess in Egypt Thursday.
The talks were attended by a number of Al Azhar officials and students, as well as by Prince Charles’s entourage.
Prince of Wales Charles and Duchess of Cornwall Camilla arrived in Cairo Thursday.
A metal detectorist has discovered a small golden Bible that is believed to belong to a medieval king. It is worth hundreds of thousands of sterling pounds.
During their trip to the Upper Egyptian city, the tourists enjoyed the most important archaeological monuments in Assiut.
UK embassy in Ethiopia tweeted Friday a video advising British nationals to consider leaving the African state while commercial options remain available.
It put the value of trade exchange between the two countries at $1.2 billion compared with $1.1 billion last year.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry received in Cairo Sunday UK Minister of State for the Middle East and North Africa James Cleverly.
The minister added that Egypt had recently received raw material sufficient to produce 15 million doses.
UK’s Transport Secretary announced, Friday that Egypt among other eight countries would be taken off the red list starting October 4th.
Archaeologists say the mysterious stone tomb in western England - known as the Arthur's Stone due to its connections to the legendary King Arthur - was founded nearly 6,000 years ago.
On July 13, many important events took place.
The volume of Egypt's exports to the UK reached about £219 million during the first quarter of the current year, compared to £223 million registered in the corresponding period of the year before, the ECS director noted.
In a press release, the national carrier said that only those who have the right of residence in the UK will be able to travel.
Both sides affirmed the deep Egyptian-British relations, and historical cooperation between the two countries in the field of railways, according to a statement by the UK Embassy in Cairo.