Egypt’s Ambassador in Nairobi, Khaled Al-Abyad, met with Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Energy and Petroleum Charles Keter, as the parties are looking forward to creating specialized bilateral partnerships in electricity and energy investments, Al-Ahram Gate reported.
Keter applauded Egypt’s recent achievements in the electricity and renewable energy sector.
Underlining Egypt’s commitment to promote cooperation and support African economic integration, the ambassador said that many Egyptian companies are currently exploring investment opportunities in the neighborly African state.
That came serving the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s plan to maximize the benefits of cooperation and consultation with Kenya.
El-Sisi previously stressed Egypt’s interest in promoting bilateral relations between both African countries in various fields, Al-Ahram Gate reported.