Cairo: Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor, Founding Chairman of Al Habtoor Group, a UAE conglomerate, met with His Excellency pilot Mohammed Manar Enabah, the Egyptian Minister of Civil Aviation, in the minister’s office.
Al Habtoor and the accompanying delegation met with Minister Enabah in the presence of Major General Ehab Taha, Head of the Central Directorate of the Office of the Minister of Aviation, Amani Metwally, Secretary General of the Civil Aviation Support and Development Fund, and Ahmad Zaqzouq, General Manager of Communications at Ministry.
Chairman Al Habtoor and Minister Enabah discussed many issues including the services to travellers, namely to travellers on board of private airlines and businessmen, as well as means of cooperation in the investment and insurance sectors, and several other issues.
Al Habtoor said: “I was very happy to meet His Excellency Minister Mohammed Enabah, and to discuss with him topics that are of importance to foreign investors in the beloved Arab Republic of Egypt. Hopefully, we will soon have the opportunity to cooperate together following the opening of our group’s headquarters in Egypt. Egypt is a country that attracts investments especially in light of the jaor infrastructure projects that were implemented by the Egyptian Armed Forces under the leadership of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. We are planning to announce soon the launching of several projects in Cairo.”
ABOUT AL HABTOOR GROUP:
Al Habtoor Group, headquartered in the United Arab Emirates, is one of the region’s largest and most respected conglomerates. Founded in 1970 by Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor, the Group has grown in unison with the UAE and today has a diverse portfolio of successful business operating in key sectors of the economy (hospitality, automotive, real estate and education). The AHG has an unwavering commitment to excellence, which is apparent throughout all its units.