Hisham Amara, member of the Economic Committee of the House of Representatives, stressed that the Egyptian presidency of the African Union strengthens the Egyptian-African economic relations considerably, pointing out that the African market is the best market for Egyptian products and commodities. He pointed out that Egypt's relationship with Africa passed through a period of stalemate in previous periods. Strong for Africa now.
A member of the Economic Committee of the House of Representatives said in statements to the "seventh day" that the presidency of Egypt to the African Union helps in supporting the small industries and projects in Cairo. The presence of President Al-Sisi helps the African Union to overcome the problems and logistical and administrative obstacles between Cairo and other capitals of the continent.
Amara explained that the Egyptian grants to Africa, especially from Al-Azhar and Egyptian universities, strengthen economic relations between Egypt and the rest of the continent. He pointed out that Egypt's presidency of the African Union helps to move stagnant water in the exchange of investments between Egypt and the continent.