Mr Al-Sayed El-Quseir, Egypt’s Minister of Agriculture, met with H.S. Topply M Lubaya, Zambia’s Ambassador to Egypt, and his delegation to discuss ways to improve agricultural cooperation between the two countries.

According to the ministry of agriculture, the two officials met to discuss collaboration in the fields of fish farming, livestock, and modern irrigation systems, which were highlighted in President Abdel Fattah El Sisi’s comprehensive African strategic partnership announcement.

During their meeting, they exchanged views on bilateral strategic, economic and technical information with each other.

In the same connection, El-Quseir also said that his country is interested in building relations with Zambia and other African states in a stable and consistent manner.

On the other hand, Lubaya said that Lusaka is looking forward to burgeoning cooperation in diverse areas of cooperation like veterinary vaccines and relevant convoys

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