On Saturday, Egypt’s Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouly landed in the UAE capital Abu Dhabi, at the head of a high-level delegation, to participate in a tripartite meeting, during which it is scheduled to launch the Integrated Industrial Partnership Initiative for sustainable economic development, between Egypt, the UAE, and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
The initiative aims at supporting and enhancing industrial integration between the three countries and serving development goals.
The Egyptian delegation included Dr. Mohamed Shaker, Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy, Dr. Hala Al-Saeed, Minister of Planning and Economic Development, Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation al-Sayyed al-Qusair, and Nevin Gamea, Minister of Trade and Industry, in addition to a number of businessmen and other senior officials.
The three governments are keen to establish joint projects that create an added value for their economies and contribute to raising competitiveness indicators and economic growth rates, as well as deepening the national industry in those countries.
In late April, President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi received both Jordanian King Abdullah II Bin Al Hussein, and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces of the UAE at the time.
El-Sisi highlighted Egypt’s aspiration to promote constructive cooperation between Egypt, Jordan, and the UAE, together and move towards broad prospects of a strategic partnership that establishes extended relationships and achieves common interests to strengthen joint Arab action, especially in light of the great challenges in the region, as well as economic and social crises resulting from various regional and international developments.