30 November 2012

Egypt: Country, New Zealand Agree On Need for Activating Joint Economic, Trade Committee

Egypt and New Zealand agreed on the need to activate the joint economic and trade committee, established in line with a comprehensive agreement signed between the two countries in 1977.

Egypt and New Zealand will probe how to foster bilateral cooperation in the fields of trade and investment.

Deputy Spokesman for the Foreign Ministry Nazih el-Nagary said Thursday that the agreement was reached at the end of the third round of political talks between Egypt and New Zealand at the Foreign Ministry.

The two sides underscored the need for increasing the volume of trade exchange between Egypt and New Zealand.

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