GAFI chief's remarks were made during a set of bilateral meetings with Bahraini investors as part of his current visit to Bahrain for talks on mechanisms of beefing up joint cooperation and seeking more Bahraini investments to Cairo.
Arab countries voiced full solidarity with Egypt in preserving its national and water security, protecting the interests of its people.
The two sides expressed their appreciation to the sisterly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for hosting the recent Gulf summit, which culminated in the issuance of Al-Ula statement.
The summit will be held under the name "Friendship Forum."
Minister Sameh Shokry attended the summit held in Saudi Arabia's Al Ola town on January 5, 2021.
That was in his speech at the 41st Summit of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) held in Saudi Arabia's Al Ola town.
The FM's spokesperson had earlier affirmed that Egypt always supports honest efforts deployed to maintain Arab unity and achieve reconciliation.
Bahrain Prime Minister Prince Khalifa Bin Salman Al Khalifa departed this life on Wednesday.
This sector contributes about 16 percent of the GDP, Fawzi added, noting that privately-owned Egyptian projects constitute 70 percent of the total volume of investments in this industry.
Egypt’s Minister of State for Military Production Mohamed Ahmed Morsi, discussed with Bahraini Ambassador to Egypt Hisham bin Muhammad al Jowder and permanent delegate to the Arab League cooperation in joint manufacturing.
The meeting tackled ways to advance bilateral relations in the labor and development fields, according to Bahrain News Agency.
During the tender offer period, Ahli United Bank – Egypt’s shareholders with a combined shareholding of 10.2 percent tendered their shares to AUB.
The GAFI chief also noted that the authority is coordinating with the Bahraini Council for Development to brief the business community in Manama on the latest developments in the Egyptian economy.
Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, expressed, Thursday his country’s full support to Egypt’s efforts in the MENA region to consolidate security, stability and achieving peace.
Two historical peace deals signed Tuesday in the White House between The United Arab of Emirates, Israel and Bahrain
President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi welcomed during a phone call, Friday with Bahrain King Hamad bin Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the announced peace deal with Israel that was brokered by the United States of America.
Egypt occupied the 11th place with re-exports with a value of $23 million, and the trade balance reached $286 million.
President Sisi praised the strong bilateral relations between the two countries, asking for conveying his greetings to Bahrain's King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa.
Egyptian and Bahraini ministers welcomed any initiatives aimed at achieving a comprehensive and just peace for the Palestinian cause based on the international legitimate resolutions.
The forum will tackle investment opportunities as well as means of promoting economic cooperation in the coming period.