Egypt Committed to Working With Malawi

Egypt President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi has reaffirmed his country’s commitment to continue working with Malawi in various sectors of the economy.

He said, “Egypt is willing to continue working together with Malawi in all fields, and finalize the studies for the establishment a joint model fish and agricultural farm utilizing the resources available in Lake Malawi.”

President Sisi made the remarks in Cairo, Egypt on Wednesday after meeting Malawi’s Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Dr. George Chaponda who hand-delivered a message from Malawi leader Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika.

President Mutharika’s message contained expressions for continued friendship and cooperation especially in the economic sphere.

The Egyptian President expressed satisfaction with the current state of relations and emphasized hope that the strong bilateral relations between the two countries will continue to grow.

President Sisi and Dr. Chaponda also discussed Egypt’s support for Malawi’s agricultural products and the establishment of a joint agriculture and fish farm utilizing irrigation from Lake Malawi.

Dr. Chaponda praised the current relations between the two countries and expressed interest to continue benefitting from Egyptian expertise especially in agriculture and expressed hope that Egypt’s support of technical assistance for water capacity to mitigate adverse climate and weather conditions will continue.

Source: Malawi News Agency