CAIRO, 9 December 2020: Egypt's Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli stressed that the government is keen on rendering the Egyptian-Saudi investment fund successful.
This came during Madbouli's meeting with Saudi Minister of State and Member of Council of Ministers Essam bin Saeed in the presence of Presidential Advisor Amir Sayed Ahmed and officials from Egypt and Saudi Arabia, according to the state news agency, MENA.
Madbouli lauded the results of coordination between both countries that reflect the importance of boosting bilateral ties and getting engaged in projects that would help both countries.
Cabinet Spokesman Nader Saad said that the meeting reviewed the latest developments to activate the Egyptian-Saudi investment fund and enlarge the economic cooperation via development and investment projects in the sectors of tourism, health, pharmaceuticals, ports, infrastructure, digital transformation, financial services, education and food industries.
The targets of proposed executive plan include supporting the Egyptian and Saudi companies and empower the private sector, he said.