Egypt gives Malawi virtual equipment

Ministry of Foreign Affairs has received a donation the much needed virtual equipment from Egypt at the time the country relies on video conferencing due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Mkaka receiving the donation
Mkaka receiving the donation

The Egyptian government yesterday also donated 20 laptop computers, two projectors and the video conference worth to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

Egypt’s Ambassador to Malawi, Hassan Ahmed Shawky Hassan Shawky, said the donation was meant to strengthen the already existing bilateral ties which date back to before Malawi’s independence in 1964.

In his remarks, Foreign Affairs Minister, Eisenhower Mkaka appreciated the kind gesture saying it was just one of the many, others being donations towards the military and agriculture sector.

He particularly appreciated the video conferencing equipment saying it was timely especially under the Covid-19 pandemic times that most meetings are held virtually.

 

 

 

 

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Na Lero
Na Lero
2 months ago

Thank you the Government of Egypt. Hopefully this will reduce all the useless trips to Geneva and New York by the senior officials especially at Foreign Affairs.
I know officials that are continuously global trotting even this period of pandemic. The video conferencing equipment is just as effective and it has been proven so. So learn to stay at home, ana akudziweni

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