President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi convened Sunday with Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli and Minister of Transportation Kamel al-Wazir.
The projects led by Egypt on the AU-level include electricity linkage among African countries, and the Vic-Med Project.
It will extend over 21 kilometers and include 20 stations.
The units supplied belong to three different deals.
A contract worth €1 billion was signed with Transmashholding to supply 1,300 railcars.
The minister noted that Egyptian railways like other facilities affiliated to the ministry have been affected badly by negligence and abandonment for long.
The minister was in a visit to Khartoum to hold talks with the Sudanese side upon the directives of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.
Rabie added that container ships and bulk carriers still compose the majority of vessels crossing Suez Canal.
Egypt has set a number of green projects to accomplish within its Vision 2030.
The lengths of the first and second phases are 460 kilometers and 200 kilometers, respectively.
Topics included university information infrastructure, smart spaces, and the national project for canals rehabilitation among others.
It should be turned into a regional logistics center.
The total cost is LE360 billion.
El-Said also said that this year’s public investments budget for the governorate is a 29% increase from the previous plan.
That is to inhibit passengers from boarding without purchasing tickets.
The number of development projects taking place in Matrouh Governorate under the citizen's investment plan currently stands at 191.
The value of public investments directed to Alexandria governorate in the 2020/21 plan amounts to LE 16.6 billion
The new system could be established through a new company that would be titled “Arab Bridge Company for Roads," or through integrating road transportation companies that are existing in the three countries
The COVID-19 outbreak has caused a slowdown in consumption, and subsequently, international trade disrupting maritime transportation.
Minister of Transportation Kamel al-Wazir announced on Tuesday the completion of Kalabsha Road built over the Nile River in Aswan.