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Latvian Ambassador to Cairo: our companies interested in technological fields are looking to benefit from Egyptian talent

By Manal Abdel Fattah

Ambassador Andris Razāns, Latvian Ambassador to Cairo, said that the current time emphasizes the necessity of relying on different sources of energy, especially green energy.

This came during his meeting with Walid Gamal El-Din, Chairman of the General Authority of the Suez Canal Economic Zone, to discuss ways and areas of cooperation between the two parties in areas of common interest, especially in light of the economic zone’s efforts to attract various global investments in its affiliated ports, logistics services, and the industrial sectors that it targets.

The ambassador stressed that there are many companies that are interested in technological fields and are looking to benefit from Egyptian talent and exchange experiences in this field.
The ambassador called on the economic zone to participate in a meeting held by the Latvian Chamber of Commerce with the Egyptian side next June in Cairo to discuss aspects of cooperation between the two countries.
For his part, Walid Jamal Al-Din explained that the economic zone, with its capabilities and strategic location, represents many opportunities and represents an effective solution to many of the current global repercussions, through 4 industrial zones that represent the best location for any expansions related to various global markets. Due to its ability to accommodate various industrial sectors and its integration with logistics zones and 6 ports on the Red and Mediterranean Seas, which ensures ease and convenience in the movement of trade, he also explained that the economic zone has achieved pioneering steps in the field of green transformation, which represents one of the most important aspects of cooperation with European countries through Production of green fuel and its complementary and feed industries, in addition to its ship bunkering services.
He also pointed out the economic zone’s aspiration towards expansion in technological fields, as the economic zone pays special attention to data center projects, which allow creating added value to the authority’s strategic location, where submarine Internet cables cross under the Suez Canal. This also supports maximizing the use of talent and human wealth that Egypt possesses. In this area.

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