President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi during his to Berlin to attend the G20-Initiative Compact with Africa, 19 November 2019- Press Photo
CAIRO – 20 November 2019: President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi expressed on Tuesday his aspiration to develop prospects for cooperation with Germany in the field of basic and technical education.
During his meeting with German Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development Gerd Müller in Berlin on the sidelines of the G20-Initiative Compact with Africa (CwA), Sisi said that Egypt is keen on benefiting from the German education system, according to presidency spokesperson Bassam Rady.
For his part, Müller assured his country’s keenness on enhancing cooperation with Egypt in all fields.
Müller praised Egypt’s economic reforms, saying that the country enjoys qualifications that drive it to success. He added that Egypt plays a key role in the MENA region to maintain stability and security.
It is worth mentioning that Egypt and Germany signed €300 billion agreements on the sidelines of CwA on Tuesday to finance several projects in the fields of electricity, renewable energy, technical education and employment, innovation in the private sector and small and medium enterprises.
President Sisi arrived in Germany on Sunday to attend the G20-Initiative Compact with Africa (CwA) held on Tuesday. On the sidelines, he met with a number of German officials and delegations.