ACA chief: Egypt-France ties developing in anti-corruption field

MENA , Thursday 31 Oct 2019

Chairman of the Administrative Control Authority (ACA) Sherif Seif El-din (C) and France's ambassador to Cairo Stéphane Romatet (L) in Cairo on Wednesday (Photo: ACA)

Chairman of the Administrative Control Authority (ACA) Sherif Seif El-Din emphasized on Wednesday that Egypt-France relations are witnessing remarkable development, particularly in anti-corruption field thanks to shared visions on issues of common interest.

Seif El-Din made the remarks during his meeting with French Ambassador to Egypt Stéphane Romatet, along with his accompanying delegation that includes France's security, cultural and economic attaches at the embassy. 

The two sides discussed means of fostering bilateral cooperation with the authority.

Seif El-Din highlighted mutual coordination witnessed during his meeting with head of the French Anti-Corruption Agency Charles Duchaine in January in Kuwait, and their agreement on concluding MoUs on all common fields.

Meanwhile, Romatet lauded his meeting with Seif El-Din, affirming that there would be future cooperation between the ACA and several French control authorities.

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