The elements taking part include members of the Egyptian Border Guard Force and the Sudanese Infantry.
The exercises are being held for several days in the Red Sea, and consist of lectures and practical activities.
The exercises come in light of upgrading the Egyptian naval capabilities through exchanging expertise with the US forces, the statement said.
"Tabouk 5" is one of the largest exercises between both countries.
Those were carried out with several countries.
Those were carried out by land forces, special forces, paratroopers, maritime special forces, and elements from special branches of both countries.
The exercise that will conclude on October 29 is executed by Egyptian Border Guard Force elements, and Sudanese infantry elements trained on border security.
The joint Egyptian-Cypriot Exercises (Ptolemy 2021) – carried out by Special Forces' elements of both countries - concluded Sunday.
The naval maneuvers included an air defense exercise, tactical exercises for the use of armed forces with naval units, and electronic warfare exercises.
The Egyptian Armed Forces released Sunday updates on the Egyptian-Pakistani exercises dubbed "Sky Guardians 1."
Egyptian-Pakistani air exercises dubbed "Sky Guardians 1" began Wednesday in Egypt and will last for several days.
The exercises are taking place for several days in the United Arab Emirates.
Chief of Staff Mohamed Farid attended Tuesday the main stage of the exercise project "Fateh 2021" implemented by units of the Southern Military Zone.
Spokesperson of the Egyptian Armed Forces Tamer al-Refai indicated in a statement that the exercises showed the decent level the elements participating in the exercises have attained.
Those took place in Sudan's Marwa Airbase with the participation of Special Forces from both countries.
Earlier this month, the Egyptian and French naval forces carried out joint exercises also in the Red Sea.
The project is carried out over several days by a formation of the Central Military Zone.
For the first time, Egypt and Kuwait conducted "Sabah-1" exercise.
Units of the Egyptian, Italian, South Korean and Greek navies have taken part in war games in the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.
The skies over Australia's northern coastline were filled with air force pilot top guns from 16 nations in one of Asia-Pacific's largest air force training exercises.