Egyptian Ambassador to Germany Badr Abdel Aati asserted Cairo’s keenness to establish further investment partnerships with Berlin, describing them as the main and most effective channel to transfer Germany’s advanced technology and systems of management and education to Egypt.
The ambassador made the remarks during his visit to a mega Egyptian-German company specialized in developing medicines, vaccines and biotechnology.
Abdel Aati added that Egypt-Germany investment partnership can lead to creating job opportunities in light of the positive developments achieved by Egypt’s economy.
The ambassador reviewed the developments of the health care sector in Egypt, pointing out to President Abdel Fattah El Sisi’s 100 Million Health initiative that aimed to eliminate Hepatitis C and detect non-communicable diseases for free.
More than 50 million Egyptians have undergone the medical checkups, he said.
He also talked about the presidential initiative to treat a million people in 14 African countries that suffer from Hepatitis C