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Egypt and Ghana signs MoU to boost aviation ties

Egypt’s Civil Aviation Minister Sherif Fatthy has inked a Memorandum of Understanding with his counterpart from Ghana, Cecilia Dapaah, which would boost relations between the two nations.

According to the Civil Aviation Ministry, the MoU is part of a campaign to promote cooperation and an exchange of experience in the field of civil aviation

Dapaah had an eventful stay in Cairo, convening with Fatthy and other ministry officials. She then made trips to the Egyptian Aviation Academy, Egypt Air Training Academy, Egypt Air Maintenance Engineering Company, Egypt Air Aviation Services Company and the airport of the new administrative capital.

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