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Egypt Today: Japan's economy min. says keen to provide advanced technology to Egypt

The Japanese minister has stressed his country's interest in enhancing cooperation between the two sides.
02.09.19 | Interesting article at Egypt Today

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi met with Japanese Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Hiroshige Seko, in Yokohama, during the president's official visit to Japan.

The Japanese minister has stressed his country's interest in enhancing cooperation between the two sides and provide advanced technology to Egypt in all fields, presidential spokesman Bassam Radi said.

Seko also affirmed his country's keenness to encourage Japanese companies to work and invest in Egypt to contribute to the comprehensive development process taking place, especially in light of the positive economic developments that Egypt has witnessed recently.

During the meeting, President Sisi expressed his appreciation for the efforts of the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in enhancing economic and trade relations between the two countries, besides their support to build the capacities of Egyptian institutions working in the fields of industry and foreign trade.

Sisi referred to the promising investment opportunities for Japanese investors in Egypt in various sectors, especially the giant national projects, saying that Egypt looks forward to partnering with Japan in the Egyptian national project concerning vehicles running on natural gas, and also in the field of renewable energy.