Malawi commends Egypt for good relationship, support

Malawi  Government Wednesday commended the Egyptian government for its continued support to the country.

Minister of ICT, Hon. Malison Ndau, listens attentively as Egyptian Ambassador to Malawi, HE Maher El-Adawy speaks with the media at Area 10 Lilongwe-(c) Abel Ikiloni, Mana

Minister of ICT,  Malison Ndau, listens attentively as Egyptian Ambassador to Malawi, Maher El-Adawy speaks with the media at Area 10 Lilongwe-(c) Abel Ikiloni, Mana

Speaking during the news conference in Lilongwe, the Minister for Information communication and Technology, Malison Ndau said among others Egypt has been assisting Malawi in the areas of agriculture, health and education.

He cited the capacity building trainings as some of the things that Malawi has benefited from Egypt.

“Let me thank the government of Egypt for the support which you are giving to Malawi. And that the skills which are gained in the capacity building trainings are adding values to the people in the country,” Ndau said.

The Minister said that the relationship between the two countries has been enhanced through this capacity building programmes.

“I am optimistic that you will not stop from here but rather do more than expected for the benefit of us all,” Ndau added.

Egyptian Ambassador to Malawi, Maher EL Adawy said the relationship between Malawi and Egypt was growing stronger every day.

“For the past two years I have been here the state of our relationship has been excellent and I am looking forward to achieving more with the Malawian government,” EL Adawy added.

He said, “Within these two years, Egypt and Malawi have signed a joint permanent cooperation agreement which will see the two countries working hand in hand in many developmental areas.

And within the same period the Egyptian embassy has managed to send 377 Malawians on the capacity building training programmes.

 

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