The United States and Egypt have expanded inclusive access to higher education by committing to open fifteen additional University Disability Service Centers across Egypt.
The Spokesman noted that the meeting discussed ways to foster closer bilateral relations at various levels, particularly at the economic level. The meeting also tackled increasing Emirati investments in several fields in Egypt, mainly in the sectors of energy, transport, ports and tourism.
Ambassador of Republic of Korea to Egypt, Mr. Hong Jin-wook met with the Governor of South Sinai M.G. Khaled Fouda on Tuesday, June 14th and had a productive discussion on how to expand the already strong people-to-people exchanges between the two nations.
Minister Shoukry confirmed that both sides tackled issues of mutual concern, foremost of which are the Ukrainian-Russian crisis, the Palestinian issue, the situation in Syria, Libya and the Renaissance Dam, the food crisis, and the COP27 conference.
The meeting aims to introduce the Egyptian government’s economic reform and its policies to attract foreign investment and to discuss support for Korean Companies in Egypt.
Both Ministers will hold a session of discussion at the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in downtown Cairo at 11:00 am, the statement said.
Egypt’s strategic development partnership with the Islamic development Bank (IsDB) exceeds $17 billion, including the implementation of about 367 projects in Egypt.
Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry received on Saturday the Secretary-General of the D-8 Organization for Economic Cooperation Ambassador Isiaka Abdulqadir Imam at the headquarters of the Foreign Ministry downtown Cairo, where the Foreign Minister congratulated the Secretary-General on his recent assumption of office.
Madbouli said that the leaders of the three countries are keen to push forward the tripartite cooperation to achieve integration in various sectors, for the benefit of the peoples of those countries.
“Egypt is ready to activate a regular maritime line between the two countries, but the private sector must participate on both sides,” Madbouli said.
The Tunisian President affirmed Tunisia’s support for Egypt regarding the file of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, saying that Tunisia's security is part of Egypt's national security.
In a statement on Thursday, the ministry said the talks addressed means of unifying efforts among African countries to confront the challenges facing the oil and natural gas industry.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi received his Rwandan counterpart Paul Kagame on Saturday, said the Egyptian Presidential Spokesperson Bassam Rady in a statement. Both Presidents witnessed a ceremony of signing a number of cooperation deals, he added. The cooperation agreements between both sides included memoranda of understanding (MoUs) in information technology and posting, diplomatic training, sports support, and in other fields, Rady added.
The two sides discussed activating a memorandum of understanding signed in 2020 that included cooperation in the fields of pharmaceutical manufacturing and receiving critically-ill patients for treatment in both countries' hospitals.
The Malagasy officials expressed appreciation to the leadership and people of Egypt for their feelings of brotherhood and solidarity.
The President’s tour began in the central interchange station of Adly Mansour, which locates within an integrated transport complex and a commercial investment 15-acre area, the statement said.
This meeting comes within the framework of Vigilante’s visit to Egypt, to start the consultations between the UN agencies and the Government of Egypt, with the aim of setting priorities of the next phase, within the framework of the development cooperation projects that shall be implemented within the framework of the ‘Decent Life’ presidential initiative.
The South Korean President said that his country would participate in cooperating in dealing with the climate change crisis, particularly amid Egypt’s hosting of COP 27.
“Over a phone call, the two sides exchanged congratulations over the new Gregorian Year, praying to Allah Almighty for further progress, stability, and security for the two countries and their peoples,” the statement read.
During her meeting with Omani Trade and Industry Minister Qais bin Mohammed Al Yousef via video conference, Gamea discussed ways of boosting trade, industrial and investment cooperation between the two countries.