Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry met Danish Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod in Cairo on Sunday, and the pair discussed ways to boost bilateral relations, especially economic ties.
The Egyptian foreign ministry said in a statement that during the meeting Shoukry praised the current high-level cooperation between Egypt and Demark in the fields of renewable energy, logistics, maritime transportation and biodiversity.
The volume of Danish investments in Egypt amounts to about $1 billion dollars, the statement said.
The two officials also discussed illegal migration to Europe, and Kofod praised the efforts made by Egypt to halt this practice.
They also discussed the latest developments in regional issues, including Libya and the peace process in the Middle East.
The two ministers also discussed the need for continuing efforts to confront radical thought and terrorism.