The Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi of Egypt met today with French Minister of Economy and Finance, Bruno Le Maire, in Paris. The meeting occurred during the New Global Financing Charter Summit, held in the French capital, and was attended by El-Sisi in response to an invitation extended by French President Emmanuel Macron.
Ahmed Fahmi, the official spokesperson for the Egyptian presidency, revealed that El-Sisi expressed keen interest in deepening and developing the collaborative prospects with France in the fields of economy and development.
The primary focus is to increase French investment in Egypt, particularly by capitalizing on the promising opportunities offered by large-scale projects.
El-Sisi’s call for more French investment emphasizes Egypt’s commitment to fostering global partnerships and securing economic growth through foreign investments.
Egypt offers numerous investment opportunities, thanks to its strategic location, diverse economy, and an array of large-scale projects.