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Egypt’s Minister of International Cooperation, Rania Al-Mashat, chaired the final round of negotiations between Egypt and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) for the preparations of the new Country Strategy 2021-2026. This comes within the framework of the strong partnership between Egypt and EBRD, which has played a profound role in pushing forward …
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Current development financing portfolio has 13 projects amounts to $82m exclusively targeting Gender Equality, says Minister Al-Mashat
Egypt’s development financing for sustainable transport in 2020 amounted to $1.3bn, says International Cooperation Minister
This came during the committee’s 26th meeting that took place recently, chaired by Ghadeer Hegazy, Assistant Minister of International Cooperation, and Hasan Al-Attas, Director-General of Operation at the Saudi Fund for Development, as well as representatives of the AlexBank.
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Country singled out for its positive growth rates over 2020 due to important monetary, fiscal reforms during 2016-2019, says Al-Mashat
The meeting took place at the Ministry of International Cooperation’s headquarters, to discuss the achievements of recent projects, and the proposed plan during fiscal year (FY) 2020/21.
Ongoing Egypt-EU cooperation portfolio amounts to about €1.35bn in grants, directed to over 37 projects in several fields, says Minister Al-Mashat
The closing meeting of the Egyptian-Iraqi Joint Higher Committee, on 31 October, was headed by Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly and his Iraqi counterpart Mustafa Al-Kadhimi. The meeting will look to implement the outcomes of the tripartite summit held last August between Egypt, Iraq, and Jordan.
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The minister referred to the recent “Regional Economic Prospects” report on Egypt’s economy, issued by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), to highlight her remarks.
As state fiscal pressures mount amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the move would enable the mobilisation of private sector investments. It would, as a result, also strengthen public and private partnerships (PPP) transactions.
Egypt’s young population is major opportunity for future job market, due to ability to learn new skills at faster pace, says Minister Rania Al-Mashat
Egyptian economy maintains positive growth despite pandemic with projected recovery of 5.8% growth in 2023, says WBG
The government has also expressed its keen interest in green financing, and has followed through with this by recently issuing the first green bonds, worth $750m, in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
Extensive cooperation between two sides has benefited over 7 million of Egypt’s rural residents
For his part, Dictus commended the ministry’s efforts in shifting mindsets regarding effective development cooperation, through the principles of economic diplomacy.