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Egyptian Presidency spokesperson Bassam Rady said that the President expressed Egypt’s aspiration to develop future cooperation relations with the EU by formulating a common understanding between the two sides.
Restoration project was funded by EU grant of €1.2m over 39 months
Meetings come on sidelines of current session of United Nations General Assembly
Both highlight importance of joint relations, in light of increasing common regional, international challenges
Environment Minister Yasmine Fouad stresses strength of joint cooperation between Egypt and EU in environmental issues
Cinema has considerable influence in shaping people’s beliefs, values and perception of reality, says Christian Berger
US Department of State urged Ethiopian authorities to ensure immediate full, unhindered medical access to victims
EU, US, and African Union willing to help Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia reach compromise on GERD
Shoukry reiterated Egypt’s continued efforts to stabilise the ceasefire in the Gaza Strip in order to achieve the desired calm and stability.
Egypt plans to increase investments in human capital, particularly health, education sectors
This saw Berger travel to the Qena and Luxor governorates in Upper Egypt to visit the EU-funded WFP project “Enhancing Access to Education and Fighting Child Labour”.
‘Together, we share common goal of accelerating green transition, sustainable investment that builds better future after COVID-19 pandemic,’ says EIB President
Visit highlights support for community development in Egypt which is taking place in six governorates
Minister Al-Mashat suggests that EU expands blended finance tools to boost private investments in Egypt
Programme uses interactive communication platform in documenting, following up with families in need of advice on parenting, education issues
Conversation addresses development cooperation between Egypt, EU
These countries have effectively managed to spread vaccination against COVID-19, says Mohamed Kaoud
Berger commended Egypt’s efforts in addressing the challenge of water scarcity, with rapid action to curb water consumption, develop modern irrigation systems, and reduce waste.
EU Commission mobilised €265m during COVID-19 to support Egypt’s immediate health-related, socio-economic needs
Strengthened Mediterranean partnership remains strategic imperative for EU, says Josep Borrell
Egypt’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry has received a telephone call from European Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Oliver Varhelyi, to discuss cooperation opportunities between Egypt and the European Union (EU).
Egypt’s Minister of Social Solidarity Nevine El-Kabbaj witnessed the signing of an agreement relating to the ‘Support to COVID-19 Response’ project, which will provide Egypt with €6m over three years.
The post-Brexit trade deal will need the approval of the European Parliament, the British Parliament and the EU’s 27 member states.
UK PM Johnson said the country was suffering from a new variant of COVID-19 that was as much as 70% more transmissible than previous variants of the virus
Egyptian Parliament called on EU parliament “not to appoint itself as the custodian of Egypt, and to refrain from politicising human rights issues.”
Also on Thursday, EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier noted that “good progress” has been made in the trade negotiations.
Tech giants including Google, Apple, Amazon, Facebook could face hefty penalties. Google criticized the draft legislation, saying it targets specific firms.
In a bid to unlock stalemate in post-Brexit trade talks, Johnson and EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen made a telephone call on Monday
The trade negotiations are at a crucial stage as time is running out for both sides to secure a deal before the Brexit transition period expires at end-2020
In his speech, Abdel-Aty pointed to the meeting’s great importance, which takes place at a time when Mediterranean region countries are looking to reformulate their cooperation relations into a real partnership.