The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, represented by the Egyptian Tourism Promotion Board, organized for the delegation from Belarus a program to discuss ways to enhance tourism cooperation between the two countries.
During a meeting with Belarus Ambassador to Egypt Sergei Terentiev, the minister asserted keenness on benefitting from Belarus' advanced technology to increase local components in the Egyptian industry.
The Pharaohs enter the match as the group leaders after they bounced back from their loss against Sweden with two victories over RHF and Belarus.
The Egyptians played fast and efficient handball, which helped them to fully dominate on the court.
The Pharaohs had a strong start to the main round with a victory over the Russian Handball Federation.
Coach Yuri Shevtsov was happy with his team's performance in the match, which kept them in the race for the top two spots in the group.
The meeting focused on exchanging experts from Helwan University and counterparts in Belarus, particularly in the fields of information technology and medicine, Negm said.
During the convention, ways of enhancing bilateral cooperation between these two countries and Egypt were discussed, especially in the field of tourism and antiquities.
Today Belarus celebrates Independence Day, the main holiday of Belarusian statehood.
The trade between both countries inched down from January until May because of COVID 19.
About 258,000 Belarusian tourists visited Egypt in 2019.
The Belarus minister voiced his confidence in the industrial, technological and technical potentials of the Egyptian Ministry of Military Production and its affiliate companies.
A memo was signed between the two sides in this respect in August 2019.
Belarus' exports to Egypt hit $116 million, marking an increase of 40 percent, while the Egyptian exports to Belarus reached $25 million.
The most important items of trade exchange between the two countries include engineering and electronic goods, spinning, textiles, ready-made clothes, chemical products and fertilizers.
Sisi will meet later Wednesday with his Belarusian counterpart President Alexander Lukashenko for talks on means of promoting bilateral ties.
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry said the talks also tackled promoting cooperation in the fields of energy, modern technology and IT.
Lukashenko asserted that Belarusian-Egyptian relations have witnessed a big leap over the past years.
Assar discussed with Belarus Ambassador in Cairo Sergei Terentiev developing ties between Egypt and Belarus in the industrial field.
Ambassador of Belarus in Cairo Sergei Terentiev said Wednesday that the recent visit by Belarusian Minister of Industry Pavel Utupin to Egypt was successful.