In a statement Thursday, the FEC said that the main food products exported from Egypt to Djibouti during the period from January to May were processed cheese ($308,318), tea ($287,002), sugar ($261,025), oil except of olive oil ($208,116).

The FEC, meanwhile, further pointed out to the meeting held with a Djiboutian delegation under the minister of commerce and tourism, saying that the meeting tackled ways of promoting trade relations between the two countries and increasing Egyptian exports to Djibouti and its neighboring countries.