Huawei meets Egyptian president

Vendor discussed how to expand cooperation between the country and the company
Huawei Chairwoman Madam Sun Yafang has met president of the Arab Republic of Egypt Abdul Fattah El-Sisi.
Huawei Chairwoman Madam Sun Yafang has met president of the Arab Republic of Egypt Abdul Fattah El-Sisi.

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Huawei Chairwoman Madam Sun Yafang has met president of the Arab Republic of Egypt Abdul Fattah El-Sisi to discuss how to expand cooperation between Egypt and Huawei in communications networks and ICT construction.

President Sisi said: “We appreciate the constant investment of leading high-tech companies such as Huawei. We welcome Huawei to continue enhancing the national communications networks’ coverage for the country, and to help Egypt improve the informationisation of its government and public utilities.”

Sun commented: “We've long recognised the importance of Egypt in our globalisation drive, regarding the nation as a regional hub. We set up the headquarters of our Northern Africa Regional Office in Egypt in 1999. Later, we established multiple centers of expertise in Egypt, including our Middle East and Northern Africa Training Center, Technical Assistance Center, and Application and Software Research Base. We are willing to share our successful government informationisation experience in other areas with Egypt and apply the leading communication technology and solutions in Egypt. In the future, we’ll also share the experience we’ve gained from Egypt regarding ICT planning, construction, and cooperation with other parts of the world.”
 

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