Egypt's Minister of Defense and Military Production Mohamed Zaki and South Korea's Minister of Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) Kang Eun Ho in Cairo on Sunday (Photo: Egyptian Armed Forces)
Egypt's Minister of Defence and Military Production Mohamed Zaki discussed on Sunday further military cooperation with South Korea's Minister of Defence Acquisition Programme Administration (DAPA) Kang Eun Ho in Cairo, the Egyptian armed forces said in a statement.
According to the statement, Zaki discussed with the South Korean delegation ways to promote military cooperation and enhance the strategic partnership between both countries at various levels, especially cooperation with South Korean defence companies.
Applauding the distinguished ties between the armed forces of both friendly nations, Zaki stressed he looks forward to furthering defence industry cooperation and knowledge sharing.
Meanwhile, the South Korean official said his country is looking forward to participating in the 2nd edition of Egypt’s Defence Expo, the only tri-service defence exhibition in North Africa fully supported by the Egyptian Armed Forces.
Scheduled to run from November 29 until December 2, the award-winning event presents a unique opportunity for exhibitors to showcase the latest military technology, equipment, and systems across land, sea, and air.
Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces Lt. Gen. Mohamed Farid attended the meeting, along with a host of senior military officials from the armed forces of both countries.