To commemorate the 50th anniversary of their bilateral relations, the UAE and Egypt will hold a sizable event in Cairo. The three-day celebration, with the theme “one heart,” will start on October 26. The event will be attended by ministers, authorities, and 1,800 Emirati and Egyptian individuals, including businesspeople, thinkers, media experts, and public figures. The UAE and Egypt’s 50-years of relationship will be celebrated by both partners.
The historical ties between the UAE and Egypt serve as a notable example of how bilateral relations between Arab nations may be founded on integration and shared interests, according to Mohammad Al Gergawi, UAE Minister of Cabinet Affairs. These close relations between the two countries peoples go beyond just the diplomatic and political spheres.
Al Gergawi claimed that one “major pillar” of the two nations’ relations is their economic cooperation. When it comes to investing in Egypt, the UAE comes out on top.
According to him, the occasion represents five decades of “respect and cooperation” between the two nations.
The event’s schedule includes a number of forums and presentations. A number of ministers, senior officials, businesspeople, and economists will attend an economic forum on the first day. The forum will examine business triumphs by Egyptian and Emirati firms in various industries.
On day two, a gathering of intellectuals, media experts, and well-known creative figures will attend a Cultural and Media Forum. In the areas of media, culture, the arts, and shared history, the forum will highlight the most significant turning points in UAE-Egypt ties.
With a total investment balance of more than $28 billion, the UAE is the third-biggest investor overall and the largest Arab in Egypt (Dh102 billion). In Egypt, more than 1,300 Emirati businesses work on a variety of projects.