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Monday, 15 August 2022

Huawei Egypt gets new CEO + Egyptian Air Force, Egyptian National Railways get new chiefs after cabinet shuffle

Huawei has appointed Jim Liu as CEO of Huawei Egypt, succeeding Vincent Sun, the company said in a statement (pdf). Liu has been with the Chinese tech firm since 2005 and was previously CEO of its Congo office.

The Transport Ministry has appointed Mohamed Abdel Aziz Amer as the new chairman of Egyptian National Railways (ENR), who will replace Moustafa Abu El Makarem, who is stepping aside due to health considerations, according to a ministry statement. Amer previously served as the vice chairman of ENR’s board for the mobile units’ maintenance and technical support sector.

President Abdel Fattah El Sisi has appointed Mahmoud Abdel Gawad as the new commander of the Air Force, replacing Mohamed Abbas Helmy, who was yesterday sworn in as the new civil aviation minister following this weekend’s surprise cabinet shuffle. Abdel Gawad was most recently the chief of staff of the Air Force.

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