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We seek to complete agreement to implement the project, says Shaker
Greece, Cyprus also met with Israeli prime minister before heading to Egypt on East-Med
Exercises aim to confront terrorism, naval security threats
A tripartite summit is expected to be held in Athens between the leaders of Egypt, Greece, and Cyprus in the fall of 2018, according to media statements by presidency spokesperson Bassam Rady on Tuesday. During the summit, the leaders are expected to discuss additional efforts to strengthen their relations in various fields, including energy, and …
Egyptian commodity exports to Cypriot market last year increased by 81.5%, says minister
The heads of the Cypriot and Greek parliaments praised bilateral relations with Egypt and the efforts of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi during the past several years in the country. The officials’ statements came one day before the Roots Revival Week that will be held in Alexandria and Sharm El-Sheikh, which will last for one week, …
Initial investments amount to $4bn, marine cable extends over 1.707 km
2018 will see Egyptian-Greek Friendship Association, leaders announced
€894.5m volume of trade between both countries this year
The value of Egyptian non-oil exports to Greece rose by 39% in the first nine months of this year compared to the same period last year, says Minister of Trade and Industry
The conference is being attended by foreign ministers, politicians, clerics, and scholars
Egyptian residents in Qatar have not yet known their situation in light of the latest decision to cut diplomatic ties
The two countries aim to diversify trade exchange, away from oil products, says Greek embassy official
The Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Euro Africa Company to conduct a feasibility study to implement an electricity project that would connect Egypt, Greece, and Cyprus. Minister of Electricity Mohamed Shaker explained that the MoU includes a feasibility study that will determine the future steps that will be …
The five-day military training will commence on 8 December, says Egypt’s official army spokesperson
Chairperson meets with head of FONASBA in London to discuss the challenges of the sector
A German researcher journeyed from Norway to Greece, visiting 22 cities to find out if there’s such a thing as a “color character” of a city – and if so, how does it affect us?
Promoting relations with the EU, fighting illegal immigration, and sustainable development agreements among the highlights
The fourth Egyptian, Cypriot, and Greek tripartite summit put the illegal immigration crisis and the constant flow of refugees streaming from crises across the region at the top of the agenda. During discussions between the leaders of each country, the trio agreed on the importance of dealing with illegal immigration and the flow of refugees. …
Greece’s left-wing government of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has started an auction for private television licenses. Opposition leaders spoke of market interference, saying they would not recognize the results.
Lack of state transparency led to inaccurate information surrounding maritime demarcation between Egypt and Greece
The Egyptian government has a resolution stating that these properties are registered under its name in 1984; Greek government cooperated to remove infringements
Many refugees are at a loss in their makeshift camps in Greece. Volunteers have set out to help them get the information they need and debunk false rumors. Marianna Karakoulaki reports from Thessaloniki.