Egypt President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and his French Counterpart Emmanuel Macron during a joint press conference held Tuesday in the Elysee Palace - Press photo
PARIS, FRANCE – 24 October 2017: Egypt President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi said that Egypt and France signed deals and MoUs worth €400 million in different economic and cultural sectors, during a joint press conference with his French Counterpart Emmanuel Macron in Paris.
“We signed deals worth €400 million in different economic and cultural sectors…this year coincides with the 150th anniversary of Suez Canal,” Sisi said.
He added, "we held talks tackling Egypt’s economic reform programs, and the social security network it is implementing."
Both leaders also tackled challenges facing their countries’ reform plans, on top of which is terrorism; they also ensured establishing stability and order in Libya, and Syria.
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