Egypt’s Minister of State for Military Production, Mohamed Morsy, has met with Madagascar’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Patrick Ralolina, to discuss ways to enhance joint cooperation in various fields of manufacturing.
The Military Production Ministry reviewed the technical, technological, manufacturing, and human capabilities of the ministry and its subsidiaries.
Morsy asserted the ministry’s interest in strengthening the strategic partnership between production companies in Egypt and Madagascar companies in various fields that are of mutual benefit on both sides.
He also stressed the ministry’s keenness to exchange experiences and achieve integration with the African continent, pointing to the ministry’s goal to directly meet the needs of Madagascar.
For his part, Ralolina expressed his country’s aspiration to achieve a fruitful joint cooperation with Egypt in various industrial fields, praising the technical expertise and distinguished technological capabilities of military production companies and their role in supporting the Egyptian state’s plan for development and development.
He hailed the stability achieved in Egypt and the economic reform measures taken by the county that attract more foreign investments.
This meeting comes on the sidelines of Ralolina’s visit to Egypt to participate in the 21st Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) summit on 23 November.