Egyptian Tourism Min and Greek Amb Discuss Scientific and Archaeological Cooperation

CAIRO — The strengthening of cooperation between Greece and Egypt in the scientific and archaeological field was discussed in a meeting between Egypt's Tourism and Antiquities Minister Dr. Khaled El-Enany and Greece's Ambassador to Egypt Nikolaos Garilidis on Sunday in Cairo.

Welcoming the Egyptian Ambassador, El-Enany discussed with Garilidis ways to strengthen cooperation in the fields of tourism and archaeology, as well as an exchange of know-how between the two countries.

According to Egyptian press reports, El-Enany and Garilidis discussed the possibility of possible cooperation between Greece and Egypt in the field of scientific research along with joint archaeological missions.

(ANA/N. Katsikas)


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