The Egyptian government has set the improvement of its railway system as one of the national priorities and plans to invest 220 billion USD until 2024.
Egypt’s Ambassador to South Korea Khaled Abdel Rahman presented his credentials to South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who wished him success in his mission in South Korea.
South Korean ambassador said the Egyptian government is proceeding ahead will development efforts, with a view to carrying out all national ventures, despite the negative impact of the coronavirus and the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, thus luring South Korean investors to expand investments in Egypt.
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The two ministers discussed strengthening cooperation and financing plan for the localization project of metro train for Cairo metro line 2 and 3.
Chief of Defence Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) Kang Eun-ho attended the signing ceremony, a statement by the Egyptian military spokesman said.
The MOU stipulates future plans to cooperate in all areas of cultural heritage: conducting archaeological excavation and restoration (including underwater archaeology).
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli attended Thursday the South Korean-Egyptian Roundtable for Green Industries.
Egyptian exports to South Korea decreased 9.5 percent to $560.2 million, compared to $613.5 million, during the same period of 2020.
President Sisi affirmed Egypt's permanent support for all mechanisms that guarantee the security and stability of the Korean Peninsula, Rady added, noting that both Presidents held a mini-summit that was followed by an expanded meeting.
South Korean Ambassador Hong Jin-wook to Egypt would hold a press conference on Sunday, January 16 to announce the details of the visit of the Korean President to Egypt.
About 4.3% of the participants visited the East Asian nation, while 65% of them look forward to visiting it. Nearly 69% see that the two Koreas should improve their bilateral ties.
The South Korean Ambassador to Cairo Hong Jin-Wook visited the headquarters of the Egyptian Space Agency, Tuesday, where he praised the Egyptian efforts and capabilities, and pushed for furthering bilateral cooperation in space sector.
South Korea has developed cooperation with Egypt in various fields since President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi’s visit in 2016, said South Korean Ambassador in Cairo Hong Jin Wook.
He announced on his Twitter account that he would promote Egyptian tourist destinations to the Korean people, to “taste all those merits of the land, culture and the people.”
Minister of State for Military Production Mohamed Ahmed Morsi said that President Abdel Fattah El Sisi is keen on boosting relations with South Korea.
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi received the Speaker of the South Korean National Assembly Park Byeong-seug on Sunday, where they discussed trade and tech industries.
This year's K-POP Academy event is more meaningful as it supports the establishment of a self-sustaining K-POP community in Egypt in line with the cultural and artistic trends that have changed according to the COVID-19 environment.
Gamea added in a statement that Egyptian exports to the Korean market increased by 11.3 percent during the first half of this year, reaching $247 million, compared to $222 million during the same period last year.
The events will include a series of video interviews that will be broadcasted on the Center's YouTube channel with a number of translators and critics on their experiences with Korean literature.