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Egypt's defence minister inaugurates final phase of signalling development project for border guards

Ahmed Eleiba , Monday 2 Sep 2019
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Egypt's minister of defense Mohamed Zaki during the event (Photo: Egyptian armed forces)
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General Mohamed Zaki, Egypt's minister of defence and military production, inaugurated on Monday the final phase of a project to develop a new signalling system for border guards.

The minister also opened a number of new signalling sites and announced the beginning of the experimental operation of the main control centre of signalling systems and signal communication grids to manage signals using video-conference.

The signalling department director thanked the Armed Forces General Command for offering all support for renovating and updating signalling units using the latest world-class systems.

The minister praised efforts exerted by the Armed Forces men in protecting security and stability and safeguarding the state's borders.

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