24 December 2012

Egypt: Farm in Cameron to Dress Food Shortage

Egypt and Cameron have signed a cooperation protocol in the areas of farming and animal wealth, which starts with setting up the first farm in Cameron at an area of 550 feddans.

The Egyptian Embassy in Cameron quoted Minister of Agriculture Salah Abdul Moamen as saying that Cameron has shown readiness for a joint farming cooperation that will boost the bilateral ties and improve the standard of living in the area of food.

The agreement also includes that Egypt supplies Cameron with whatever Egyptian farming skills and researches it needs to enhance farming productivity there especially plants that adapt to changeable climates due to global warming and decline of rain and other farming problem.

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