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Egypt’s president, Romanian PM discuss energy cooperation amid global challenges

Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi and Romanian Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca discussed on Monday in Cairo cooperation between the two countries.
06.02.23 | Source: Ahram Online

The meeting was held in light of the keenness of both Egypt and Romania to diversify and secure their energy sources, especially amid the Russia-Ukraine crisis and the consequent global challenges, Presidential Spokesman Ahmed Fahmy said in a statement.

For his part, Ciuca expressed aspiration to develop and enhance Romania’s relations with Egypt in all fields, especially economic and commercial relations.

The Romanian premier also affirmed keenness on exchanging expertise between the two countries and encouraging their joint investments in the sectors with a competitive advantage in each of Egypt and Romania.

El-Sisi and Ciuca agreed on the importance of holding the next round of the Egyptian-Romanian joint committee at the earliest opportunity.

Ciuca highlighted Romania’s keenness to continue coordination and consultations with Cairo in light of Egypt's pivotal role in achieving stability and security in the Middle East and Africa.