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Al-Sisi arrives in Abu Dhabi to discuss Gulf issues, regional developments

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi arrived in the capital of the United Arab of Emirates (UAE),  Abu Dhabi, on Tuesday. Al-Sisi’s two-day visit agenda will include discussing recent regional developments, Gulf issues, the two countries’ bilateral relations, and regional and international issues of mutual concern, following a three-day visit to the Sultanate of Oman. Al-Sisi …

Mohamed Samir

The meeting was attended by Mohammed Bin Omair, and Hesham Taha

Mamish, Nasr discuss UAE’s Bin Omeir plans to increase investments in Egypt

Minister of Investment and International Cooperation, Sahar Nasr, and Chairman of the Suez Canal Authroity and the Suez Canal Economic Zone, Mohab Mamish, discussed the plans of Bin Omeir Holding Company to expands its investments in Egypt across several fields, including transportation, education and health. The meeting was attended by Mohammed Bin Omair, Chairman of …

Daily News Egypt

UAE celebrates World Cup qualification with Egyptians at Anuga

Germany – The UAE pavilion at the International Anuga exhibition in Germany surprised the Egyptian companies Monday with a small celebration because of Egypt’s qualification to the World Cup on Sunday. The UAE companies participating in the exhibition cut the table on this occasion and distributed to the Egyptian wing companies, expressing their happiness with …

Nevine Kamel

Examining UAE’s tourism revolution

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is in the midst of a dramatic upsurge in tourism numbers thanks to a wide-ranging series of initiatives that have made the nation one of the most popular places in the region.

Daily News Egypt

Gulf crisis: Surrender or dig in for the long haul

Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), by breaking off not only diplomatic but also economic relations with Qatar, are likely to make it this time round far more difficult for the Gulf state to resist pressure to change its controversial policies. The stakes are far higher than when Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and …

James Dorsey