This Week in Egypt: Week 23-2021 ( June 7-13)

Top Headlines

  • Egypt and Sudan urge Ethiopia to negotiate seriously over giant dam 
  • Egypt Asks for UN Help in Long-Running Ethiopian Dam Dispute
  • Egypt signs 1.7 billion euros of financing deals with France
  • Egyptian firms plot return to Libya as rebuilding efforts begin
  • Egypt and UAE central banks sign deal to combat terror financing
  • Egypt to build suspension bridge across Lake Nasser to connect Sudan to Cairo-Cape Town Railway

Egypt signs 1.7 bln euros of financing deals with France

Main Headlines


  • Egypt to start local production of Sinovac vaccine mid-June
  • Multi-Arab military drill kicks off in Saudi Arabia with participation of Egypt
  • Egypt on the short list of partner countries for US vaccines: US embassy in Cairo


  • Apple’s new ‘private relay’ feature will not be available in few countries including Egypt
  • Egypt and Poland sign agreement on establishing Polish industrial zone in Ain Sokhna



  • Egypt and France air forces conduct joint drill  
  • Annual inflation rate down to 4.9% in May
  • Egyptian regulator tells Banque du Caire, others to sell shares on the stock exchange this year


  • Egypt and UAE central banks sign deal to combat terror financing



  • Egypt decries unilateral filling of GERD in a letter to UNSC
  • Egypt signs 1.7 billion euros of financing deals with France
  • Sisi discusses military cooperation with Pakistan’s chief of staff
  • Egypt’s GDP growth to reach pre-pandemic level of 6% in 2022: Fitch ratings
  • Egyptian bourse chief expects four IPOs in second half of year


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