Rania Al Mashat
Egypt’s International Cooperation Minister Rania el Mashat discussed Wednesday with newly-appointed Qatari Ambassador to Egypt Salem bin Mubarak al Shafi means of reinforcing cooperation and ties between Cairo and Doha.
Egypt’s Minister of International Cooperation Rania A. Al-Mashat met with Yemen’s Minister of Planning and International Cooperation, Waed Bathib, on his visit to Cairo as part of the high-level delegation headed by Yemen’s Prime Minister, H.E. Maeen Abdulmalik.
Egypt concluded on Thursday its International Cooperation Forum's (ICF) 1st edition with a session that focused on Egyptian efforts to invest in human capital.
International Cooperation Minister Rania el Mashat discussed ongoing preparations for the 11th session of the Joint Egyptian-Libyan Higher Committee.
Mashat: Digitization has become a fundamental part of the development strategy across countries and International Financial Institutions
The Minister explained that the ODA-SDG map is accessible through the Ministry of International Cooperation’s website showcasing the allocation of the $25 billion development portfolio across 377 projects, along with detailed information on the location of each project and the SDGs it fulfills.
Al-Mashat: The book consolidates Egypt’s principles of economic diplomacy and highlights its role in enhancing multilateral cooperation and pushing towards achieving sustainable development
Rania Al-Mashat pointed out that the continued coordination with the Ministry of Environment, and other stakeholders including development partners aims to strengthen the process of combating climate change, and in preparing national reports showcasing the tangible impact made.
Egypt’s Minister of International Cooperation, Rania A. Al-Mashat, met Tuesday with Corinne Fleischer, the World Food Programme’s newly appointed Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa.
Through the grant, a number of necessary devices and equipment were provided to Sadr Al-Abbasiya Hospital.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has created a radical change in the concepts of development cooperation, and it has pushed the world to rearrange its priorities.”
This came during a virtual panel organized by Siemens Middle East, titled “Technology with Purpose for the Middle East”.
"The oil and gas sector development strategy has led to the signing of 98 international agreements with a minimum investment of $16 billion,” Tarek el-Molla commented.
An ambitious plan has been outlined to implement 691 environment-friendly projects in the fields of energy, renewable energy, water and transport, Rania el Mashaat said.
Egypt has reached great achievements in the field of digitization and seeks to boost its status as a regional hub for entrepreneurship and innovation, she said.
Empowering women is one of the main pillars in the national development agenda and in the new partnerships that the UN Women is fostering.
Al-Mashat explained that coordination has been made with the German side to obtain a grant of € 3 million, within the scope of financing the special initiative for employment and training, to finance the project "Partnership to create jobs and support small and medium enterprises in the Arab Republic of Egypt."
In a quote tweet to the EBRD’s President, Al-Mashat said that she is looking forward to a rich, diverse and busy trip, and the many opportunities ahead to expand our portfolio, fostering green and inclusive recovery with more private sector engagement.
Al-Mashat, stated that the new 2021-2025 strategy adopted by the EBRD is in line with the Government of Egypt’s priorities and the national development agenda.
The World Bank: “We are keen on continuous dialogue with our partners, and the reforms established have helped the Egyptian economy persist despite challenges.”