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Wednesday, 27 January 2021

Last Night’s Talk Shows on 27 January 2021

GERD was top of Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry’s agenda yesterday when we addressed MPs, telling them that finding a way through the stalemate is the country’s top foreign policy goal. The minister stressed the importance of reaching a binding legal agreement with Sudan and Ethiopia over the dam, laying the blame at Ethiopia’s doorstep for acting “unilaterally and intransigently.” Masaa DMC's Ramy Radwan phoned MP Tarik El Khouly, who praised Dhoukry for enhancing Egypt's position on the international stage (watch, runtime: 13:22).

Elsewhere on the airwaves last night:

  • CMA CGM contender for Alex port project: French shipping company CMA CGM could be interested in taking charge of the new Alexandria port terminal, the CEO of the company told President Abd El Fattah El Sisi in a meeting yesterday (Al Hayah Al Youm | watch, runtime: 4:50).
  • 25 January Revolution: Bibliotheca Alexandrina chief Mostafa El Feki discussed the changes in the Egyptian political scene 10 years after the revolution (Yahduth Fi Misr | watch, runtime: 3:58 | 3:46).

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