Today, Wednesday, President Abdel-Fatah al-Sisi received Samia Hassan, President of the United Republic of Tanzania, at the Federal Palace, where an official reception was held, a guard of honor was reviewed and two national anthems were played.
The official spokesman of the Presidency of the Republic said that the meeting involved individual discussions, which were followed by extensive discussions between the delegations of the two countries. To strengthen ties and strengthen strategic cooperation with Tanzania in various fields, especially in the economic sphere, commercial and security level, besides arranging the convening of the Joint Committee between the two countries.
The President reaffirmed Egypt’s eagerness to support Tanzania’s development needs, particularly in the areas of infrastructure, power, health and agriculture, by maximizing investment from specialized Egyptian companies that have had extensive experience and Have gained expertise, as well as transferred. Expertise and capacity building through courses and grants offered by Egypt. To contribute to the creation of the Tanzania cadre.
For his part, President Samia Hassan expressed his country’s great appreciation for its long and distinguished historical ties with Egypt, on Tanzania’s eagerness to develop these ties in various fields, particularly trade and economic cooperation. Emphasized, as well as their country’s interest in maximizing technical support. Provided by Egypt to Tanzanian cadres in the areas of capacity building. , as well as getting the support of Egyptian companies working in the infrastructure sector, especially in light of the ambitious development plan that Tanzania is looking to implement, notably the Julius Nyerere Dam project, which represents one such model. It is one of the largest national projects in Tanzania, reflecting the depth of the distinguished ties and friendship between Egypt and Tanzania.
The spokesperson said the meeting discussed ways to enhance the bilateral cooperation framework between the two countries at various levels, especially at the economic and commercial levels, by attracting more Egyptian investments and increasing the access of Egyptian products to Tanzania. as well as cooperation in the fields of fisheries, animal production and agriculture, as well as coordination between the two countries in the field of countering terrorism and extremist ideology, spreading the true Middle Islam concept, combating religious intolerance and hatred and supporting Taking into account Egypt’s experience in doing Preserving the values of coexistence and tolerance.
The meeting also discussed the latest developments in the Renaissance Dam issue, as it was agreed to intensify coordination between the two countries during the time to come on this sensitive and important issue. By reaching a binding and appropriate legal agreement to fill and operate the Renaissance Dam, based on the rules of international law and the statement of the President of the United Nations Security Council in this regard, which will enhance security and stability throughout the region, the Nile Basin countries will open up possibilities of cooperation between the parties, and achieve the common interests of all parties.
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