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Sudanese -Egyptian integration projects
Sudan-Egypt, Politics, 5/18/2002
Egypt: United Nations' General Assembly needs reform
the only way to get out of the imbalance crisis between the General Assembly, and Security Council lies in rebuilding the role of the General Assembly according to United Nations' charter.
Regional-Egypt, Politics, 5/18/2002
Mubarak to review the results of the Egyptian-Libyan committee meetings
President Mubarak will give directives to the joint higher committee to eliminate all obstacles hindering cooperation at the commercial and investment levels and ways of carrying out what was agreed upon
Egypt-Libya, Economics, 5/18/2002
New strategy to develop Egyptian exports
Egyptian SMinister of Foreign Trade Youssef Boutros Ghali said a new strategy to develop the Egyptian exports will be announced soon to remove obstacles impeding the increase of its volume.
Egypt, Economics, 5/18/2002
FM delivers message from Mubarak to Russian President
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmad Maher delivers today a message from President Hosni Mubarak to Russian President Vladimir Putin during his two-day visit to Russia which is the first leg of his tour to Beirut, Greece, and Addis Ababa.
Egypt-Russia, Politics, 5/18/2002
Egypt, Ukraine to build a joint satellite
The Egyptian deputy foreign minister Muhammad Shaaban has stressed that Egypt and Ukraine agreed to install a joint satellite in order to search for mineral resources.
Egypt-Ukraine, Economics, 5/18/2002
Archbishop of Canterbury honors Mrs. Mubarak
Archbishop of Canterbury George Cary on Friday gave a special reception in honor of Egypt's First Lady Suzanne Mubarak, in appreciation of her incessant efforts to help the Egyptian community and her support of Islamic and Christian non-governmental organizations NGOs to discharge their duties in developing the Egyptian community.
Egypt-UK, Culture, 5/18/2002
Egyptian-US trade exchange up by 15% in January, February
Trade exchange between Egypt and the United States rose last January and February to $ 692.72 million vis-a-vis $ 597.45 million during the same period last year with an increase of 15.95 percent.
Egypt-USA, Economics, 5/18/2002
Egypt dismisses reports about Mubarak's threats to Israel
Egypt's Charg d'Affaires in Israel, Ihab el-Sherif yesterday dismissed reports by the British newspaper Foreign Report about a telephone call between President Hosni Mubarak and Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 5/18/2002
Oldest skeleton found
Belgian-Egyptian excavators have stumbled upon the oldest human skeleton in North Africa, reports Nevine El-Aref.
Egypt, Local, 5/18/2002
Mubarak opens four Pharaonic, Roman temples in Kalabsha
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will open in the next few days temples and galleries in the archaeological island of Kalabsha in Aswan after their restoration finished at a cost of LE 20 million.
Egypt, Local, 5/18/2002
People's Assembly discuss industrial and government modernization
Since 1991 Egypt has consistently pursued the transition from a state-controlled economy to free market principles, and achieved financial stability and a high GDP growth.
Egypt, Politics, 5/17/2002
Mubarak, Gaddafi review Palestinian developments over phone
Libya-Egypt, Politics, 5/17/2002
Mubarak and Al Bashir agreed on expanding Egyptian-Sudanese cooperation
President Bashir said "It was important to exchange views to realise coordination between the two countries at the political and economic levels and cooperation in all fields in view of the fact that the two countries have joint higher interests,"
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 5/17/2002
Technological cooperation talks with France
"Joint industrial, electronic and developmental projects will be established with our Egyptian counterparts and French firms will contribute to upgrading local industry and transfer agricultural expertise to support the performance of agricultural research centres," said Boya.
Egypt-France, Economics, 5/17/2002
Cabinet reviews Middle East peace, economic performance
The Egyptian Cabinet Under Prime Minister Atef Ebeid resumes discussions on strategy of export during the coming period, new programs to increase exports, and opening new markets for Egyptian exports.
Egypt, Economics, 5/17/2002
Maher to hand message from Mubarak to Putin
Egyptian SForeign Minister Ahmed Maher will visit Russia on Thursday to hand a message from President Hosni Mubarak to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Egypt-Russia, Politics, 5/17/2002
Chairman of the Kuwaiti prisoners affairs committee visits Egypt
Kuwait-Egypt, Politics, 5/17/2002
Austria praises Mubarak's role
Austrian Foreign Minister Benita-Maria Ferrero Waldnder praised the pivotal role played by Egypt and President Mubarak from the beginning of the peace march till now.
Egypt-Austria, Politics, 5/17/2002
US-Egypt free trade zone soon
The agreement on a free trade zone between Egypt and USA is due on 7 June, when US trade representative, Robert Zolick will be visiting Cairo.
Egypt-USA, Economics, 5/17/2002
Egyptian-British talks to boost economic and banking cooperation
The Egyptian-British talks dealt with means to promote cooperation between Egypt and Alexandria in the various economic, trade and service domains.
Egypt-UK, Economics, 5/17/2002
Arafat's decision to reform PA courageous
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher Wednesday said that the announcement made by Palestinian President Yasser Arafat on Wednesday was a natural outcome of an important phase of national struggle.
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 5/17/2002
Mrs. Mubarak visits British library
Egypt-UK, Local, 5/17/2002
Tombs unearthed in Alexandria
Egypt, History, 5/17/2002
Treasures of Behira Governorate abound, museum needed
Beheira Governorate has proved to be one of Egypt's most bountiful areas in Lower Egypt for antiquities. To date, archaeologists have mapped l50 sites that have already yielded valuable artifacts dating back to periods ranging from prehistoric times to the Roman era.
Egypt, Local, 5/17/2002
Mubarak, Bashir meet in Cairo
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 5/16/2002
Egyptian- Sudanese economic integration
Sudanese minister of energy and mining Awad al-Jaz expressed his hope that the summit currently held between Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak and the Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir will be a strong impetus for the bilateral and integrated relations between Egypt and Sudan who have been linked to one common history.
Sudan-Egypt, Economics, 5/16/2002
Egypt, Libya accords in tourism, trade, petroleum, Da'wa
The Ambassador added that the Committee will probe extending Libyan oil and gas pipelines to the Egyptian refineries besides the possibility of setting up electrical projects by Egyptian specialized companies.
Egypt-Libya, Economics, 5/16/2002
Maher meets with Swiss envoy to horn of Africa, Sudan
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher Tuesday met with Joseph Boucher, Swiss special envoy to the Horn of African and Sudan.
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 5/16/2002
Enlargement of UNSC membership sensitive issue under discussion
Egypt's Permanent Representative to the U.N. Ambassador Ahmed Abul Gheit said the enlargement of the Security Council's membership is one of the most sensitive issues now under discussion.
Regional-Egypt, Politics, 5/16/2002
Ebeid discusses cooperation with two French provinces
Ebeid received at his office on Tuesday the head of the Economic and Development Institute in France and his accompanying delegation currently visiting Egypt.
Egypt-France, Economics, 5/16/2002
Ebied reviews Tourism Ministry investment
Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Ebeid Tuesday discussed with members of the People's Assembly and Shura Council who represent Beni Suef, Upper Egypt, governorate rates of execution of development and services projects in the governorate.
Egypt, Economics, 5/16/2002
Pope: Egypt's Church rejects attacks on Islamic, Christian sanctities
Egyptian Patriarch of Alexandria and Saint Mark Diocese Pope Shenouda III said the Egyptian Church rejects any attacks on Islamic or Christian sanctities.
Egypt, Religion, 5/16/2002
Unifying procedures only partial solution to woes
government's action is always a necessity but insufficient condition for the promotion of exports. Laws that are sought by the business community, labor and consumer advocates should be implemented as a first step. With each of these groups promoting and following up on its own interests through lobbying and awareness campaigns, supported by an active press that will bring these issues to light to keep the government, business, the workers and consumers as honest and active participants in the promotion of their individual interests, and that will help produce a good government and a good economy that can produce exportable products and will also be able to take advantage of export opportunities provided by the public and private sector efforts.
Egypt, Economics, 5/15/2002
Relations atmosphere appropriate for new surge in Egyptian-Sudanese relations
Climate is conducive now to a new surge in relations between Khartoum and Cairo especially in investment and trade exchange domains. Egypt and Sudan have signed more than 20 agreements, some of them have not yet been implemented, he said.
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 5/15/2002
Egyptian FM stresses unwavering Arab principles
Egyptian foreign minister Ahmad Maher said that the Syrian- Egyptian- Saudi summit recently held in Sharm Esh Sheikh confirmed the Arab unwavering stances to restoring the complete Arab rights and occupied territories until June 4, 1967 border lines, adding that this summit had consolidated the importance of consultation and joint Arab efforts and giving new impetus to serve the higher Arab interests.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 5/15/2002
British foreign office releases July Revolution documents in Egypt
Huda Abdul Nasser, the eldest daughter for the late Egyptian leader Jamal Abdul Nasser said that the British foreign office released documents relating to July 23 revolution of 1952 in Egypt
Egypt, History, 5/15/2002
Maher: Sharm El-Sheikh summit tackled Arab action within Beirut resolutions
The Egyptian-Saudi-Syrian summit held recently in the Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheikh tackled the mechanisms for Arab action within the Beirut Arab summit resolutions, Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher said Tuesday.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 5/15/2002
Mubarak, Arafat discuss Summit outcome over phone
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 5/14/2002
Mrs. Mubarak opens NGO's conference
Egypt's First Lady Suzanne Mubarak opens on May 29 the Fourth Conference of the Non-Governmental Organizations NGOs. The conference will discuss 50 researches to improve non-governmental work.
Egypt, Culture, 5/14/2002
Mubarak, Bashir discuss the Sudanese peace in Cairo tomorrow
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak and Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir discuss tomorrow in Cairo the efforts exerted at the Arab and regional levels to establish peace in Sudan.
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 5/14/2002
Egyptian premier meets Qatari minister
Fahmi said that the meeting dealt with means of local components of energy projects instead of importing them and joint cooperation in oil and gas projects.
Egypt-Qatar, Economics, 5/14/2002
Mubarak's contacts led to positive development in US stance-Maher
he added, "we are not satisfied with moving because we, sometimes, reject and approve these moves. This is why Mubarak's contacts target moving in these positive directions."
Egypt-USA, Politics, 5/14/2002
Maher receives ambassadors of US, Britain and France
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmad Maher held separate meetings Monday with the US, British and French ambassadors, Maher told the ambassadors that the Israeli government's statements and stance went against the atmosphere created by the Arab peace initiative.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 5/14/2002
Fahmi meets Chinese oil delegation three joint companies to be set up
Fahmi and the delegation, comprising a number of Chinese oil companies chairmen, company discussed the possibility of setting up a Chinese-Egyptian prospection company to work in Egypt, China and neighboring countries.
Egypt-China, Economics, 5/14/2002
Contacts underway to finalize forming US-Egyptian President's Council
Contacts are going on between the Egyptian Foreign Trade Ministry and the US Department of Commerce to finalize the new make-up of the Egyptian-American President's Council, according to economic sources on Monday.
Egypt-USA, Economics, 5/14/2002
Palestinian state not subject to Likud whims
Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher dismissed yesterday a vote by Israel's ruling Likud party rejecting the creation of a future Palestinian state, saying it was up to Palestinians to decide, not the Israeli right wing.
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 5/14/2002
Egyptian Evangelical Church in California calls on Bush to carry out UNSC resolutions on Mideast
Egyptian Evangelical Church in California calls on Bush to carry out UN Security Council resolutions on the Mideast
Egypt-USA, Politics, 5/14/2002
Egyptian cinema mourns Saladin's departure
Egypt's cinema community last week was devastated by the death of great movie actor Ahmed Mazhar. He was 83. Nicknamed, the "knight of Egyptian cinema", Mazhar is well remembered for his mesmeric performances in dozens of feature films and TV dramas.
Egypt, People, 5/14/2002
US asks for report on stolen Egyptian antiquities
The New York Attorney asked Zahi Hawas, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA), to set up a committee of Egyptian archaeologists to provide a report to the American court next week on the value of stolen pieces.
Egypt, Local, 5/14/2002
Call to modernize Egypt; Osama el-Baz: Sharon rejects negotiations on final status
President Mubarak's political adviser Osama El-Baz said that the power of the countries is now assessed in accordance with their human resources, not the natural resources.
Egypt, Politics, 5/13/2002
Baz says Arab nation facing serious challenges at present
Egyptian Presidential Adviser Osama Al-Baz said on Saturday the Arab nation is facing serious challenges at the time being and this needs consultations among Arab leaders.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 5/13/2002
Fighting child labour
Egyptian Suzanne Mubarak's extensive efforts in the field of children's welfare made her a prime candidate when the International Labor Organization (ILO) was seeking a prominent figure to spearhead its launch of the first Global Report on Child Labor on Sunday.
Egypt, Culture, 5/13/2002
Egypt, Arab states invited to forge statute of international criminal court
The international criminal court conference invited the Arab states, foremost of which was Egypt, to join the basic system of the criminal court so as to a take positive part in forging basic legal systems that would lay down the court system.
Regional-Egypt, Politics, 5/13/2002
New German program to increase trade, investments with Egypt
The German-Arab Chamber of Industry and Commerce has started implementing a program to boost marketing in Egypt with the aim of increasing the volume of trade between Egypt and German investments in Egypt.
Egypt-Germany, Economics, 5/13/2002
Ebeid receives Italian investors
A Cabinet official source said Ebeid commended the encouraging and safe investment climate in Egypt, adding that Egyptian-European partnership relations depend on the mutual trade interests.
Egypt-Italy, Economics, 5/13/2002
EU to contribute to industry modernization program
The European Union will extend to Egypt a loan of 250 million euros (about one billion pounds) to help implement a 4 year plan to develop and modernize Egyptian industry.
Egypt, Economics, 5/13/2002
Pyramids plateau renovation completed by 2003
The Egyptian Minister of Culture, Farouq Hosni said the second phase of pyramids plateau renovation project will be completed next November.
Egypt, Local, 5/13/2002
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