The Ambassador of Egypt in Beirut discusses with members of the Lebanese government the economic relations between the two countries

The Ambassador of Egypt in Beirut discusses with members of the Lebanese government the economic relations between the two countries
The Ambassador of Egypt in Beirut discusses with members of the Lebanese government the economic relations between the two countries

The Ambassador of Egypt to Lebanon, Dr. Yasser Elwi, met with a number of members of the Lebanese government, to discuss ways to support and develop economic relations between Egypt and Lebanon, and reviewed the latest political and economic developments in Lebanon. According to the official page of the embassy.

Among them are the Lebanese Deputy Prime Minister, HE Al-Shami, the Minister of Finance, Youssef Al-Khalil, the Minister of Information, George Kordahi, Dr. Abbas Al-Hajj Hassan, the Minister of Agriculture, and the Lebanese Parliament Member, Elie Ferzli.

During his meeting with Al-Shami and Al-Khalil, the ambassador discussed the upcoming negotiations between the Lebanese government and the International Monetary Fund, following the formation of the negotiating committee, which includes Deputy Prime Minister HE Al-Shami, Minister of Finance Youssef Al-Khalil, Minister of Economy and Trade Amin Salam and Governor of the Banque du Liban Riad Salameh. He shall seek the assistance of experts from the specialists in accordance with the topics or files raised in the negotiation process.

During his previous meeting with the Minister of Information, they discussed the latest political developments and areas of cooperation between the two countries in the field of media and follow-up on ensuring the continuation of the broadcast of Lebanon TV on the Nilesat satellite.

During his meeting with the Minister of Agriculture, cooperation between Egypt and Lebanon was discussed, and the arrangement for the convening of the joint agricultural committee in Cairo during the coming period.

 
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