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Egypt's military production minister discusses boosting cooperation with British ambassador

Ahram Online , MENA , Tuesday 5 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 of State for Military Production Mohamed El-Assar held talks on Tuesday in Cairo with British Ambassador Geoffrey Adams.

The two sides probed cooperation between military production companies and British companies in different fields.

Also, they discussed expanding cooperation in the fields of civil and military manufacturing.

They also took up cooperation in the domain of training and exchanging visits by technical delegations of both countries.

The British ambassador lauded the performance of the military production companies, hailing the stability of Egypt thanks to the security efforts for fighting terrorism.

He also expressed keenness on establishing industrial partnership between the two countries describing Egypt as a promising market in the Middle East.

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