Egypt’s finance ministry has asked the cabinet to approve two new eurobond issuances, two ministry sources told Reuters.
The first issuance would range between 1-2 billion Euros before the end of 2017.
The second would range from $4-8 billion and would be in 2018.
The sources said the finance ministry is looking to diversify its bond portfolio to attract different types of investors.
In early 2017, Egypt sold $7 billion in five, 10 and 30-year bonds on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.
Egypt's foreign reserves registered $36.143 billion at the end of August 2017, continuing a rising streak over pre-2011 levels.
The reserves have been climbing since Egypt signed an agreement for a three-year $12 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in November 2017.