The volume of British investments in Egypt reached $20 billion, with more than 1,500 companies operating in various sectors, UK Ambassador to Egypt Gareth Bailey said.
Secretary Cleverly said that Egypt is a significant partner to the UK and an important international player.
Egypt does not believe that a military solution in Sudan is possible, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry told his British counterpart Thursday.
Both made phone calls to Minister Sameh Shokry.
The Egyptian government is keen on increasing British investments in Egypt and promoting British companies' engagement in major national development projects, Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said.
Within the framework of Dr. Al-Issa's visit to the United Kingdom, His Excellency accepted an official invitation to deliver a lecture at the Defense Academy of the United Kingdom, in the presence of a group of military commanders from the British army and international forces.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry received Thursday a phone call from UK Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Affairs James Cleverly.
The discovery amazed the archaeologists.
Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry on Wednesday said the Egyptian government is keen on facilitating British investments in various sectors of the Egyptian economy.
British Ambassador in Cairo Gareth Bayley affirmed Tuesday his country's full support to Egypt to render successful the 27th Conference of the Parties (COP27) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) which is set to take place in the Red Sea resort city of Sharm El Sheikh in November.
British ambassador to Cairo, Gareth Bailey, said that the late British Queen Elizabeth II was the most devoted British government employee, and its greatest diplomat.
Archaeologists and hospital staff in England work together as they perform CT scans on the head of an ancient Egyptian mummy.
That was during his visit to London, whose purpose was launching the UK-Egypt Association Council.
Egypt and the UK agreed to step up efforts to boost intra-trade and investment.
Experts from Britain warned of the possibility of the emergency of a new pandemic, referred to globally as “X,” and called for urgent readiness to confront its spread.
Five Egyptian ministers visited London last month discussed promotion of green investments, and the development of economic zone of the Suez Canal.
In his speech, Minister Shokry said that the meeting was a chance to exchange views and experience on the aspects of international climate work.
The meeting was held in Copenhagen on Thursday.
The UK-Egypt strategic partnership serves as a catalyst to growth and achieves Egypt’s key development priorities.
The representatives of the British companies voiced their desire and willingness to cooperate with the Egyptian Ministry of Transport in different domains of transport.