India, Egypt to Promote Trade, Investment, Fight Terrorism
NEW DELHI (AP) India and Egypt agreed Wednesday to boost trade between their countries during a visit by the Egyptian president that underscores Prime Minister Narendra Modis efforts to fortify ties with other emerging economies.
Modi and President Abdel Fattah El-Sissi agreed on measures to increase two-way trade within five years to $12 billion. Trade totaled $7.3 billion in 2021-22. The two countries also signed agreements on expanding cooperation in cyber security, information technology, culture and broadcasting.
Modi and El-Sissi expressed concern over disruptions to food supplies and other critical resources due to the war in Ukraine. Modi sought Egypts cooperation in fighting cross-border terrorism, extremism, and cyber threats.
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