Dr. Mohamed Maait, Minister of Finance and Governor of Egypt at the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, confirmed that Sharm El-Sheikh has become an “icon” of international conferences in the “New Republic”, after its ably successful hosting of many huge international forums with political and economic momentum, and in its forefront. Climate Summit »; making it always a source of hope, and on its land civilizations meet, and human communication is achieved; in order to deepen cross-border development partnerships, and next September 25-26 will be on a date with a new achievement by hosting the annual meetings of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, which will be held for the first time in Africa; Marking a strong launch for a great partnership between Egypt and the Asian Bank, and another deeper and larger partnership between the African and Asian continents, with the expertise and capabilities this multilateral institution possesses that qualify it to play a tangible role in meeting the development needs of African countries.
The minister, the governor of Egypt at the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, explained that Egypt is putting all its capabilities, capabilities and expertise to achieve the desired goals for the rich discussions taking place in the annual meetings of the Asian Bank, in a way that was reflected in the Ministry of Finance’s keenness to coordinate continuously with the various concerned authorities. Preparatory meetings for the Asian Bank meetings at the Ministry of Finance, headed by Ahmed Kujouk, Deputy Minister for Financial Policies and Institutional Development, to Sharm El-Sheikh, the “Green City”, for field follow-up of the ongoing preparations, to find out all the details, and to provide guarantees for the distinguished organization of this global event.
Kojok and his accompanying delegation started their field visit to Sharm El-Sheikh, by meeting Major General Khaled Fouda, Governor of South Sinai, and holding a coordination meeting with the executive leaders and the head of the city of Sharm El-Sheikh.
Major General Khaled Fouda, Governor of South Sinai, confirmed that Sharm El-Sheikh is ready to host the annual meetings of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, pointing out that we have the expertise and capabilities that qualify us to organize well any international conferences, in a way that reflects the political and economic weight of Egypt.
Kojok and his accompanying delegation from the Ministry of Finance and the Asian Bank conducted a field tour at Cairo International Airport, in the presence of Shahat Ghaturi, Head of the Customs Authority, and Maged Mousa, Head of the Central Administration for Passenger Customs, and reassured the readiness of the travel and arrival halls to receive guests of Egypt, including media delegations. Facilitated procedures, as is the case in Sharm El-Sheikh Airport.
Gouk, accompanied by Jamal Hussein, Head of the Central Department of Human Resources and Doaa Hamdi, Head of the External Relations Unit, inspected the Sharm El-Sheikh Museum, which will witness the holding of a “reception” for internationally influential economic figures participating in the Asian Bank meetings. As a center of cultural radiance and a meeting place for human civilizations.
The Deputy Minister of Finance confirmed that together we can make this international event a success and promote Egypt in terms of investment and tourism, and that what we saw at Cairo Airport, Sharm El-Sheikh Airport, the Sharm El-Sheikh Museum as well, and the Sharm El-Sheikh International Conference Center are all a source of pride for all Egyptians.
The delegation of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank expressed its appreciation for the efforts of the Ministry of Finance, which aims to make the annual meetings hosted by Sharm El-Sheikh a success, for the first time in Africa, pointing out that the Sharm El-Sheikh meetings will open broad horizons for multilateral development partnerships.