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The participation of H.E. President Joseph Kabila in the inauguration ceremony of the New Suez Canal on August 2015 during which three memoranda of understanding for cooperation in the fields of energy, environment and health between the two countries were signed.
The visit of H.E. Augustin Matata Ponyo, Prime Minister of the DRC to Egypt in February 2016, during which a Joint Statement by the two Prime Ministers was issued concerning the Egyptian participation in stages 3 and 4 of the Inga Dam construction project on the Congo River, in addition to signing several memoranda of understanding including a memorandum of understanding for cooperation between General Authority for Suez Canal Economic Zone and the Grand Inga Development and Promotion Agency.
The last two years witnessed a lot of visits of Egyptian senior officials to Rwanda both on the bilateral and multilateral levels, including the visits of former Minister of Foreign Affairs to Kinshasa and Goma on February 2014, and of former Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources on May 2015.
The trade volume between Egypt and DRC reached 65 million USD in 2014 (Exports from Egypt: 35 million UDS, Imports to Egypt: 30 million USD).
The Egyptian Agency of Partnership for Development (EAPD) plays a major role in enhancing capacity building in DRC through the training courses that it organizes in collaboration with the relevant Egyptian ministries in various fields that include health, electricity, irrigation, agriculture and diplomacy.
The EAPD provides as well logistic aids to several sectors in DRC that included in the past three years the rehabilitation of the several departments in Kinshasa General Hospital and providing them with medical equipments, in addition to sending several Egyptian medical convoys and providing logistic aids for the establishment of a vocational training center in Kinshasa.
The trade volume between Egypt and Tanzania reached 36 million USD in 2014 (Exports from Egypt: 28 million UDS, Imports to Egypt: 8 million USD).