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Egypt defence minister heads to France to discuss boosting joint military cooperation

Ahmed Eleiba, Monday 2 Jul 2018
Egypt's defense minister Mohamed Zaki (Photo:
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Egypt’s Defence Minister Mohamed Zaki flew to France on Monday morning, heading a top military delegation in an official visit to the European country, a statement by the Egyptian armed forces said.

In an official statement, Egyptian armed forces spokesman Tamer El-Refaie said Zaki will hold talks with top military officials in France to discuss means of boosting joint military cooperation in light of special relations between both countries’ armed forces in various fields.

The meetings will also include discussions on topics of common interest for both countries, both regionally and internationally, as well as developments in the Middle East.  

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