He made the remark during a signing ceremony of a cooperation protocol between the AOI and Hassan Allam Company.
AOI Chairman Abdel Moneim al Taras asserted that the AOI is implementing President Abdel Fattah El Sisi's directives to promote digital transformation and electronic mechanization.
The two sides agreed to cooperate to establish a center of research excellence in the field of technical training as well as to develop the training programs offered at the AOI.
This came during a meeting held here between AOI Chairman Abdel Moneim el Tarras and General Manager of Romania's state-owned defense company (ROMARM) Gabriel Tutu.
Tarras stressed the importance of implementing those directives to outline an integrated plan for the economy to go digital and to upgrade the road network.
A meeting was held for that purpose on Sunday.
The system will make e-payment possible.
The move falls within the framework of the state's national plan to expand the use of security gates and X-ray baggage scanners at all new smart facilities and cities.
The AOI is aimed at fulfilling the local market needs of energy-saving lighting equipment and exporting surplus to Arab and African markets, el Tarass said.
Head of the AOI Abdel Moneim al-Tarras stressed the importance of participating in enhancing local industrialization.
Tarras stressed the importance of cooperation with Cyprus to upgrade defense industries in accordance with the directives of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.
The goal is to train professional technical workers, and provide technical education for students.
This comes within the framework of the presidential directives on enhancing cooperation with Germany, he noted.
The Romanian minister arrived earlier in Cairo at the head of a delegation to review means of boosting industrial cooperation under Romania's current chairmanship of the EU and Egypt's presidency of the African Union (AU).
This comes within the framework the government's keenness to modernize the fleet of railway and metro carriages and introduce the service of high speed trains, al Taras said.
The AOI is interested in the aircraft industry where it succeeded to manufacture aircraft K8.
Chairman of the Arab Organization for Industrialization, Abdel Moneim al-Tarras, received a high-level Angolan delegation headed by the Angolan minister of electricity.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi assigned Lt. General Abdel Moneam Al Tarras to chair the board of directors of the Arab Organization for Industrialization (AOI).
He also hailed Portugal’s development experiment, which is similar to Egypt’s steps to achieve economic reform.
Board chairman of the Arab Organization for Industrialization (AOI) Abdel Aziz Seif el Din asserted on Monday.