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Egypt's military production ministry inks cooperation deals with Al-Ahram, Journalists Syndicate

MENA , Ahram Online , Saturday 2 Feb 2019
Mohamed El-Assar
File photo: Egypt's Minister or Military Production Mohamed El-Assar (Photo: Al-Ahram)
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Egypt’s Minister for Military Production Mohamed El-Assar attended the signing ceremony of two protocols of cooperation between the ministry's companies, Al-Ahram Establishment, and the Journalists Syndicate, in the presence of head of the syndicate Abdel Mohsen Salama.

The first cooperation protocol, which was signed by the National Organization for Military Production and Al-Ahram, aims to benefit from the surplus production of the military production companies and units in establishing a paper factory to be affiliated with Al-Ahram.

The second protocol, which was between the Military Production Company for Engineering Projects, Consultancies and General Supplies and the Journalists Syndicate, aims to establish a hospital and out-patient clinics for syndicate members.

Both deals come to assert the great appreciation of the military production ministry for the great role of the journalists, particularly amid the challenges that the state is facing in this critical phase. 


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