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This comes as a continuation of joint exercises conducted by the Egyptian Naval Forces with their global peers.
On the other hand, Egyptian imports from Greece increased by 2.6% to $209.1m during the first half of 2021 compared to $203.8m in H1 2020
Suburb was used for long period from 2nd Century B.C to 4th Century A.D
During the meeting, which was part of the regular talks between the two sides, both ministers also addressed regional issues of mutual interest.
Greece to host multilateral meeting of foreign ministers from Arab, European countries on Friday
Egypt’s Foreign Minister stressed country’s interest in cooperation with both Greece and Cyprus
Companies to discuss possible future cooperation with local counterparts, says embassy official
Turkey’s illegal actions defy international law, endangering regional security, says Dendias
ND party wins highest share of country’s vote, beating ruling Syriza party, according to official projections
Egypt started on Sunday a joint military exercise with the Greek and Cypriot air and naval forces, called ‘Medusa 8,’ in the Mediterranean Sea, the military spokesperson Tamer El Refaie said in a statement. The Egyptian army is participating in the exercise with some new weapons such as the Mistral-class Landing Helicopter Dock, named Anwar …
Ali Abdel Aal headed to Cyprus on Saturday for two-day visit
Egypt’s Parliament Speaker, Ali Abdel Aal, headed to Cyprus on Saturday in two-day visit
Large numerous ovens indicate was used as service unit for militants or camps
Officials discussed Egypt’s assumption of AU presidency in February
Relations between Egypt, Greece, Cyprus have recently increased
Last month, Egypt, Cyprus signed deal on building gas pipeline between two countries
The opening hours of the fair will be between 15:00 pm and 22:00 pm on Friday, 21 September, and from 10:00 am till 22:00 pm on Saturday, 22 September, elaborated Makrandreou.
Total Greek investments in Egypt at €1.3bn
President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi met on Tuesday Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Kotzias, in the presence of Egypt’s Foreign Affairs Minister Sameh Shoukry and the Greek Ambassador to Cairo Michael-Christos Diamessis, according to state media. Officials discussed a number of issues related to common relations between the two countries and reviewed means of enhancing bilateral …
The tripartite summit will follow up on previous coordination between the countries and discuss further cooperation
The president discussed with the Cabinet preparations of his upcoming visit to France
In 2015, Egypt and Greece hold their first joint exercise Medusa 2015
The conference includes three sessions about the common challenges in the region
A first-quarter estimate by statisticians has suggested the Greek economy has slipped backed into recession. The cash-strapped southern eurozone nation is facing fresh spending cuts – and more protests by workers.Greece’s national statistics office, Elstat, announced Monday its preliminary figures saw the euro area nation slither into recession again in the January to March period, …
It all started when writer Nikos Kazantzakis went on a business trip to Crete, to escape his bookish life. During his travels, he meets the story’s protagonist, Alexis Zorba, who fascinated him, and became Kazantzakis’ companion in Crete. Zorba’s character is the contrary to Kazantzakis, just as in Miguel de Cervantes’ novel Don Quijote de …
Ahead of a meeting of eurozone finance minister, the head of the group, Jeroen Dijsselbloem has said Greece’s latest bailout package would need the participation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
German airport operator Fraport and a Greek partner company owned by one of Greece’s biggest business magnates are to manage 14 airports in Greece under contract to the Greek government. Some details remain sketchy. A consortium majority-owned by Fraport, Germany’s biggest airport operating company, and minority-owned by Greek conglomerate Copelouzos Group, announced on Monday it …
Athens’ lenders are at loggerheads over whether or not to grant the debt-ridden nation a haircut. But is there more to the transatlantic tiff than a tempest in a tea pot? DW’s Zhang Danhong dissects their differences. It’s time to cut Athens some slack. That was the message the International Monetary Fund (IMF) sent to …
Believing that Alexandria must remain Egypt’s cultural capital, a number of young people who are interested in developing and promoting the artistic and cultural industries dedicated their time and effort to launching various initiatives and projects aiming to enhance and reinforce the cultural scene in the coastal city.
Greek singer Demis Roussos, who was born in Alexandria, passed away early on 25 January