Lieutenant General Abdel Moneim El-Terras, head of the Arab Organization for Industrialization, stressed the importance of implementing President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi’s directives to enhance cooperation and integration with African brothers, indicating that AAP puts all its technological expertise and capabilities to meet development projects and train human cadres on our African continent.
The "Terrace" also expressed its pride in the visit of the African delegation, considering it an opportunity to enhance the true image of the Egyptian industry potentials, stressing that the Arab Organization for Industrialization welcomes receiving similar visits for African scholars in order to exchange experiences and support integration and joint cooperation.
This came within the framework of the students ’visit to the African Cooperation Course for Decision Makers at the Nasser Military Academy.
The meeting dealt with reviewing the history of the establishment of Arabia for Industrialization and its national role as one of the results of the victories of the October War, and its role in meeting the needs of Arab and African brothers from the defense and civil industries, and referring to the strategy of the Arab Organization for Industrialization to train human cadres, deepen local manufacturing, transfer and localize modern technology in partnership with major international companies in Many areas of industry, including defense industries, armored vehicles, renewable energy, communications, electronics, tablets, digital transformation, drinking water purification and sewage plants, smart electric transport projects, railways, cars, replacing cars to work with clean energies, LED bulbs, water and energy rationalization, office furniture and other comprehensive development areas.
Lieutenant General Abdel Moneim El-Terras was keen to open an open dialogue with the African delegation, in which he indicated the importance of providing all forms of support, qualification and training for African learners, making use of their capabilities and empowering them in leadership positions in their countries, referring to the importance of the African cooperation cycle aimed at preparing a new generation of African leaders The most influential on the continent’s level, with the necessary training and skills, with a vision that is consistent with Egypt's vision and its orientation towards achieving integration and African unity.
Al-Terras also explained that Arab Industrialization represents the industrial backbone of the Egyptian state to localize technology, industrialization and development in accordance with the standards of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, stressing that the authority puts all its experiences and human and technological capabilities into cooperation and partnership with our brothers in the African continent, exchanging experiences and training African brothers in many fields, pointing out that The Arab Organization for Industrialization has a long and strong record of cooperation with countries on the African continent.
During a visit to the exhibition of the products of the Arab Organization for Industrialization, the delegation of students of the African Cooperation Course for Decision Makers expressed their admiration for the various products of the Arab Organization for Industrialization and its manufacturing capabilities to develop technology with scientific methods to achieve the highest rates of local manufacturing, transfer and localization of global technology, praising President Sisi's efforts to enhance cooperation and integration between African brothers.
The visit also included a visit to the Training Academy at the Arab Organization for Industrialization, which was officially inaugurated a few days ago in partnership with the international German "DMG" company, through which the human cadres are trained and qualified through specialized training courses in all fields of industry, management, information systems and communication technology according to For the latest modern digital training systems, strengthening the mechanisms of intelligent automated management, and training on programmed machines according to the standards of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The African delegation also visited the electronics factory of Arabia for industrialization, where they inspected the production lines of tablets, computers, interactive screens, electronic devices, surveillance cameras and other accessories of advanced smart electronic devices.