25 Would possibly per chance perhaps perhaps additionally 2021, CAIRO – Minister of Transport Lieutenant Commonplace Kamel Al Wazir met with British Ambassador to Egypt Sir Geoffrey Adams, to chat about cooperation in recent and future projects in the fields of railways, electrical tractors and the underground metro.
On the origin of the meeting, the two facets reaffirmed the depth of Egyptian-British relations and the historical cooperation linking each and each in the enviornment of railways. They mentioned potentially the most fashionable traits concerning the provision of the first two monorail trains from Alstom factories in Derby in the UK, following the acquisition of Bombardier by Alstom, following confirmation of the provision of the two trains changed into once confirmed in September.
In addition, they examined potentially the most fashionable traits concerning a deal, supported by UK Export Finance, to produce 50 recent tractors and make 50 Henschel tractors, contracted between the Egyptian Railway Authority and Growth Rail of The US.
The two occasions also mentioned the UK branch of Hitachi’s hobby in manufacturing and supplying 200 snoozing autos for the Egyptian Railway Authority. The Minister of Transport confirmed that the ministry has an daring thought to toughen the snoozing automobile rapidly in efforts to again the products and companies supplied to voters and toughen the tourism sector, pointing to the significance of submitting the offer to the Simaf factory in line with the management directives to make the transport sector in Egypt.
The British Ambassador also confirmed the hobby of the American firm Bechtel, which also has a branch in the UK, in cooperating with the Ministry of Transport on the fashion of the sixth line of the metro venture, noting that the firm would attach a technical and monetary offer for the duration of the first week of subsequent July, stressing the significance of this venture.
British Ambassador to Egypt Sir Geoffrey Adams acknowledged:
His Excellency Minister of Transport Lieutenant Commonplace Kamel El Wazir and I had a fruitful and productive discussion this day on UK-Egypt cooperation to toughen Egypt’s transport sector. During the efforts of UK corporations, supported by UK Export Finance, we are serving to make a more sustainable and efficient railway and transportation system that will wait on millions of Egyptians every day. These projects build on substantial UK involvement in constructing the recent electrical monorail in Cairo, and present job opportunities for Egyptians and British voters alike. And importantly, they’re providing inexperienced, honest transport options – foremost if we are to collectively attain our climate targets as we prepare for COP26 later this 12 months.
The Ambassador emphasized the UK corporations’ continued hobby in the Egyptian market, and highlighted the UK’s commitment to supporting Egypt’s transport sector and strengthening industrial ties.
The UK has a strong historical previous of cooperation with Egypt’s transport sector already, having signed one of the supreme investment affords in Africa’s infrastructure sector, to make two electrified monorails that in the Cairo metropolitan home, which together will transport millions of oldsters every 12 months. The deal included a UK component payment £517m and UKEF contribution of over £1.7bn, the supreme amount of financing it has ever supplied for an in a foreign nation infrastructure venture.