- The European Union represents 129 million available to support the socio-economic development of Egypt. The money should contribute to better housing, but also promote civil rights and equality between men and women in the Muslim country. Furthermore, there is energy, water and agriculture projects co-financed.
EU Commissioner Johannes Hahn (Neighbourhood) signed Tuesday an agreement with the Egyptian Minister for International Cooperation, Sahar Nasr. This package will improve the lives of Egyptian citizens, Hahn said in the Egyptian capital. 'In addition, it provides for measures to strengthen civil society. 'He called Egypt a' key EU partner '.