Egyptian Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, received Monday Sidi Mohamed Abdullah, the Ambassador of Mauritania in Cairo; to discuss ways of cooperation between both countries in the educational and cultural fields.
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The minister was briefed on the Egyptian experience in implementing major transport infrastructure projects.
Mauritania's Minister of Health Nazir Ould Hamid confirmed the first case of novel coronavirus in the country.
Egypt and Mauritania have probed means to strengthen ties between both countries, particularly in the financial cooperation domains.
The Egyptian soccer team Al Masry arrived in Mauritania early Thursday to participate in the 17th edition of Africa's secondary club football tournament.
The Mauritanian TV highlighted Egypt's key role in helping Mauritanian youth cadres over the past 55 years.
Presidential aide for defense affairs Sedqi Sobhi arrived in Nouakchott to attend the inauguration ceremony of Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Ghazouani.
Tunisia had a frustrating start at the tournament with two draws against Angola and Mali respectively.
Mauritania earned their first ever point at Africa Cup of Nations as the team achieved a goalless draw against Angola on Saturday afternoon at Suez Stadium.
Mauritania's government spokesman has stepped down after defending a three-day communications blackout imposed during three days of post-election unrest.
The initial results of the Mauritanian presidential election showed that former defense minister Mohamed Ould Ghazouani is leading.
Presidential elections in Mauritania kicked off on Saturday.
A Mauritanian plane, carrying the national football team, left Nouakchott on Wednesday heading for the Moroccan city of Marrakesh and from there to Cairo for the African Cup of Nations 2019.
Mauritania's Minister of Economy and Finance Mokhtar Ould Ajay predicted a qualitative leap in the economic partnership between Egypt and his country.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry met on Monday his Mauritanian, Spanish and Maltese counterpart on the sidelines of the third regional forum of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM).
Reports have spoke of a Qatari scheme that is being plotted in Mauritania.
Shoukry took part in the 33rd ordinary session of the African Union’s executive council ahead of the 31st AU summit that will kick off on Sunday.
FM Sameh Shoukry arrived on Thursday in the Mauritanian capital, Nouakchott to take part in the 33rd ordinary session of the African Union’s executive council
The 31st summit of the African Union will take place in July in the Mauritanian capital Nouakchott for the first time, reported Mauritania Radio.