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This came during a meeting with Chinese conglomerate HNA Group CEO Wang Jian and Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz Alajlan, vice chairperson of Al-Ajlan Group, at the cabinet in New Alamein.
Project part of inked agreement between both, says Saudi embassy
Egypt condemns assault, supports Saudi Arabia in responding to attacks
In Al-Shorouk private newspaper, editor-in-chief Emad El-Din Hussein tackled in his Monday’s opinion piece Burhan’s visit to Cairo
Bank of America expects Brent to rise to $90 per barrel
Company launches lands in partnership system with 100-feddan size, says spokesperson
New initiative comes in line with Egypt’s presidency of African Union, says CSC chairperson
Upcoming partnership between Aramco, SABIC with public business companies to execute large export-oriented projects
About 26,000 Yemenis fled homes to avoid intensive battles between the Arab coalition and Houthis
European countries attempt to save Iran nuclear deal after US pulls out
Egypt and Saudi Arabia started joint military training under the name of “Faisal”, aiming to increase military cooperation among Arab countries. The training takes place in Egypt. Military personnel from Egypt and Saudi Arabia’s air forces will participate, according to Egypt’s military spokesperson on Thursday. “The joint training aims to support the capabilities of Egypt, …
Economic cooperation to be enhanced between the two countries in the fields of inter-trade, customs, organisation of exhibitions, says Egyptian Deputy Trade Minister
We seek to cooperate with the Ministry of Military Production to establish a factory to manufacture and install elevators and escalators of various kinds, says Abdullah
The company to establish 3 mall centers in the New Administrative Capital, New Cairo, and Tanta
A Saudi decision to license within weeks the kingdom’s first women-only gyms constitutes progress in a country in which women’s rights are severely curtailed. It also lays bare the limitations of Deputy Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman’s plan for social and economic reforms that would rationalise and diversify the kingdom’s economy. Restrictions on what activities …
In the 1970s, the alliance between Egypt and Saudi Arabia was formed as a result to the countries’ mutual interests and threats. The ties between the two countries were stronger than ever, especially after Egypt had led the Arab participation in the international coalition against former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein in the early 1990s, after …
The Saudi company has not informed the government about resupplying Egypt with petroleum
I, like many others, was surprised by the sudden decision taken by Saudi Aramco to stop supplying Egypt’s needs of petroleum products, despite the agreement between Egypt and Saudi Arabia stating that the latter will secure Egypt’s requirements for petroleum products at 700,000 tonnes per month for five years. The value of the agreement between …
Sunni scholars in Saudi Arabia and their Shi’a counterparts in Iran may be at war over who is a Muslim, but there is one thing they agree on: soccer detracts from religious obligations. Iran, in the latest skirmish between soccer and Islam, is debating the propriety of playing a 2018 World Cup qualifier against South …
Lines tenders at the end of October, Transformers on 17 October, says Abdel Rahim
The bill would allow civilians to file lawsuits against the Saudi government in relation to the attack
Servtech is a Saudi technical services company and is partnered with international telecommunications company Lebara
The Tehran government has summoned the French ambassador to protest a Paris rally by an anti-regime “terror group.” Former Saudi intelligence tzar, Turki al-Faisal, spoke at the meeting of Iranian dissidents.
Saudi authorities have arrested 19 people, including 12 Pakistanis, in connection with Monday’s terrorist attacks. No group has claimed responsibility for the coordinated attacks that left seven people dead.
External support is needed in times of crisis, provided it is economically managed, or else it becomes a burden, says Farid
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Ahmed Abu Zaid also told Daily News Egypt that the decision is being looked into by the judiciary. “The government respects the opinion of the court,” Abu Zaid added.
The State Council Administrative Court ruled on Tuesday to cancel the maritime demarcation agreement between Egypt and Saudi Arabia