Egypt signed a deal with Siemens to train 500 technicians in the field of electricity, Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab said.
In press statements on Wednesday, Mahlab said that training is meant to raise skills of the Egyptian cadres working in the field of electricity.
Three power stations established by the company in Egypt will be completed within a year.
The government follows up on daily basis agreements and protocols that have been agreed upon during the economic conference held in March, Mahlab said.
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