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Wednesday, 5 December 2018

El Sisi meets with top U.S. Intelligence Official

El Sisi meets defense, business officials at EDEX 2018: President Abdel Fattah El Sisi discussed national security and military cooperation with US Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats and Sudanese Defense Minister Awad bin Ouf on the sidelines of EDEX 2018, Ittihadiya said yesterday. El Sisi also met with Dassault Aviation CEO Eric Trappier to talk potential purchase agreements for Egypt’s armed forces.

Defense Minister Mohamed Zaki and Army Chief of Staff Mohamed Farid also held talks with the French, Greek, Cypriot, and South Korean defense ministers, as well as Jordan and Saudi Arabia’s military chiefs of staff.

Meanwhile, Military Production Minister Mohamed El Assar and Russian tank manufacturer UralVagonZavod CEO Alexander Potapov looked into potentially establishing a waste-recycling plant, Al Shorouk reported.

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