Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi held a meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who is currently visiting Egypt, stressing that the visit comes within the framework of mutual concern for consultation and exchange of visions.
During a joint press conference with his South Korean counterpart at the Federal Palace, the Egyptian President expressed Egypt’s aspiration to attract investments and Korean companies, adding: “With our readiness to provide all the necessary facilities to create an investment environment that incubates Korean investments and encourage an increase in Korean investments in major development projects, as well as projects in the fields of Energy, Mining and Information Technology.
The Egyptian president praised the bilateral relations between Egypt and South Korea, saying: “The Egyptian-South Korean relations have witnessed a remarkable development during the past years,” pointing to the emphasis on “the importance of working to activate the comprehensive partnership between the two countries, commensurate with the capabilities and capabilities of the two countries, and in the interest of their peoples.” .
Al-Sisi expressed Egypt’s aspiration “to make a huge development boom in the near term, similar to the successful Korean experiment.”
For his part, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said that his visit to Egypt is of great importance as it is the first visit by a South Korean president to Cairo in 16 years, as well as the first visit to the continent of Africa.
The South Korean president added, “Egypt is the source of ancient civilization and a central country in the Middle East and Africa, and has historical advantages represented in coexistence between the past, present and future, and a geographical advantage linking 3 continents.”
Source: the seventh day