Major General. Engineer Mokhtar Abdel Latif, Chairman of the Arab Organization for Industrialization, stressed the importance of implementing the directives of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi to enhance cooperation and integration with our African brothers, noting that the Arab Industrialization Company is keen to achieve communication and exchange of experiences with all African countries and train human cadres with the latest Modern digital training systems.
He expressed his pride in the visit of a delegation of students of the African Cooperation Course for Decision Makers No. (17), organized by the Nasser Military Academy, as an opportunity to enhance the true image of the capabilities of the Egyptian industry, pointing to the importance of the role of African students in being ambassadors for the Arab Organization for Industrialization in their countries and highlighting its capabilities. Manufacturing and its leading industrial role in all sister African countries, stressing that Arab Industrialization welcomes receiving similar visits by African students.
During his meeting with the African delegation, Major General Tawhid Tawfiq, Assistant Chairman of the Arab Organization for Industrialization, indicated that the Authority represents the industrial back of the Egyptian state for the localization of technology, manufacturing and development in accordance with the standards of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, pointing to the AOI’s interest in training human cadres in accordance with digital transformation mechanisms and deepening local manufacturing, transfer and localization. New technology.
During their inspection of the Arab Organization for Industrialization’s products exhibition, a delegation of African Cooperation students expressed to decision-makers their admiration for the AOI’s diverse products and its advanced manufacturing capabilities to achieve the highest rates of local manufacturing, transfer and localization of technology in cooperation with major international companies, in accordance with the standards of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.