Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli Saturday 03/12/2022 asserted strength and depth of historical relations binding Egypt and the UAE.
That came in remarks by the premier, delivered on his behalf by Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy Mohamed Shaker during celebrations which were held by the UAE Embassy to Egypt on the 51st UAE Union Day.
Madbouli conveyed greetings of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi to UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan on the 51st UAE National Day.
The premier affirmed that participation in the celebrations reflects depth and strength of brotherly and profound relations between the Egyptian and UAE leaders and great and strategic relations between the two countries in the political and economic domains.
Madbouli commended positions of UAE that support Egypt in all fronts.
Egypt and UAE are scaling up cooperation in electricity and renewable energy, he said, adding several projects were carried out with the objective of boosting development process in Egypt and meeting requirements of economic and social development, in addition to raising living standards of people, according to him
For her part, UAE Ambassador in Cairo Mariam Khalifa Al Kaabi said Egypt- UAE relations eyed great development in all areas to become an ideal example for Arab-Arab relations, which are capable of facing all challenges.
Egypt and the UAE were able to build strong economic ties, based on developmental, trade and investment cooperation and development of successful partnerships at both the government and private sector levels, added Kaabi.
The diplomat said Egypt is a strategic trade partner to the UAE in the region and the UAE is a most important commercial partner to Egypt.
Shifting to investments, Kaabi said the UAE tops a list of countries investing in Egypt.
She, meanwhile, congratulated Egypt for greater success it made while chairing COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh and the agreement on setting up a fund for damage and loss, noting that the UAE will host COP28.
Egypt’s playing host to COP27 offers an important chance for fostering bilateral cooperation in climate action and environment in addition to backing plans of the two countries to achieve sustainable development, according to her.