Egypt signs number of bilateral agreements with some African countries


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Part of EgyptAir's delegation visit to Everett factory in USA - Press photo

Part of EgyptAir's delegation visit to Everett factory in USA - Press photo

CAIRO - 12 July 2020: Minister of Civil Aviation Mohamed Manar said Saturday that Egypt has been working on establishing companies and cargo villages in African countries to increase trade movement with the African countries.

The minister's statements came during the first session of the forum of heads of African investment authorities which started in Sharm El Sheikh on Friday.

He also said that Egypt seeks to establish a flexible, safe and effective air passage to increase world aviation movement to the country.

Manar said that Egypt has partnerships with many African countries including Sudan, South Sudan and Libya.

The forum is attended by investment authorities in 33 African countries, officials of international institutions and ministers.

With regard to air freight, the Minister of Aviation explained that freight is experiencing tremendous growth during this period, adding that the African continent is one of the most growing regions in the movement of goods.
The stage of Covid 19 witnessed a tremendous growth in air freight traffic, and the countries of the continent must strive to prepare the necessary infrastructure by establishing and developing airports and developing and doubling freight capabilities.



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