Egypt’s State Minister for Military Production Engineer Mohamed Ahmed Morsi visited the ongoing ADEX 21 and held meetings with the heads of companies participating in the exhibition.
Morsi toured various pavilions at the exhibition and expressed his interest in various products.
He said Egypt is seeking to make strategic partnerships and tap new vistas of military cooperation between military production companies and major, regional and international companies working in advanced defence systems.
Morsi also invited South Korean companies to participate in Egypt International Defense & Security Exhibition or EDEX 2021, to be held on November 29 till December 2.
EDEX is the tri-service defence exhibition that is fully supported by the Egyptian Armed Forces. It enables exhibitors to showcase their latest military ground, naval and aerial technology, equipment and systems.
Boosting partnership between Egypt and South Korea will be of “mutual benefit to both parties in light of the convergence in views of the political leaderships in the two countries,” he said, noting that the two countries’ bilateral ties are witnessing progress.
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