Egypt, S Africa Strike Extradition Agreement
The two-day talks between the Egyptian governors and the visiting South African delegation ended on Monday by signing an agreement to hand over criminals taking refuge in their respective countries and agreeing on a number of commercial issues, reports said.
The Egyptian Prime Minister Attif Ebeid discussed with the South African delegation which was head by Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma ways of enhancing the bilateral relationship between both countries covering all wakes of life.
According to Al-Ahram newspaper, the talks focused on fields included the tourism cooperation, business, medical industry, legal cooperation, and exchanging expertise experiences and agriculture experts.
Dlamini-Zuma confirmed that the coming days will witness fruitful cooperation between the two countries, the Cairo-based daily added.
Neither Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher nor his South African counterpart Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma referred to the issue of sub-standard Egyptian imports to South Africa in a closing press conference, the agency said – Albawaba.com
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