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Egypt and Djibouti to boost cooperation in civil aviation

Egypt’s Minister of Civil Aviation Sherif Fathy met with Djibouti’s Ambassador to Egypt, Mohamed Zhr Hrsy, to discuss relations between the two nations, especially in the civil aviation sector.

In a statement, the Ministry shared that the two representatives talked about the agreement in the field of air transport and how to improve that partnership. Also on the table was a plan to establish direct flights between Cairo and Djibouti.

Djibouti’s Ambassador expressed his joy with making the visit, stressing his country’s eagerness to heighten cooperation with Egypt on a number of fields, including civil aviation where he hopes his country can benefit from the latter’s expertise.



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