17 February 2013

Egypt Participates in Africa-South America Summit in Equatorial Guinea

President Mohamed Morsi assigned Foreign Minister Mohamed Amr to lead the Egyptian delegation to the third round of Africa-South America Forum, which will be held on Friday and Saturday in Malabo the Capital of Equatorial Guinea.

Assistant Foreign Minister for African Affairs Ambassador Mona Omar announced on 17/2/2013 that the summit will be held under the title "South-South Cooperation". She added that the summit is the third of its kind, the first was held in Nigeria in November 2006 and the second was held in Venezuela in November 2009.

The summit will discuss cooperation between African and South American countries in the fields of infrastructure, energy, agriculture and sustainable development.

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