CAIRO (Itar-Tass)–A trade agreement and a number of protocols on cooperation in various fields have been signed between Egypt and Armenia on Tuesday.
The documen’s–signed by Nawal Abdel Munam al-Tatawi–Egyptian Minister of the Economy and International Cooperation–and Ashot Safaryan–Armenian Minister of Industry–provide for the development of economic–scientific and technical partnership and tourism.
Safaryan met with Prime Minister Kamal Ahmed al-Ganzouri of the Arab Republic of Egypt and delivered a message to him from the Armenian Premier.
Safaryan also had meetings with other members of the Egyptian government and the governor of the Central Bank of Egypt
Business communities from both countries were involved in the work of the Egyptian-Armenian commission.