President Abdel Fattah El Sisi emphasized Egypt’s favorable prospects in the realm of green hydrogen production during an inspection tour of the Military Academy.
He highlighted the significance of harnessing solar and wind energies to create green hydrogen, which could then be exported to Europe and other nations in need.
Sisi also stressed that Egypt has achieved a diplomatic equilibrium between Eastern and Western powers over recent years. Addressing international polarization, Sisi reiterated Egypt’s stance of non-interference. He pointed out Egypt’s positive relationships with both the West, including the United States, and the East.
He suggested that maintaining this balance could potentially lead Egypt to join the BRICS economic bloc. President Sisi acknowledged Egypt’s economic challenges and proposed that overcoming these issues would enhance the nation’s foreign policy management.
The President highlighted key infrastructure projects, including the establishment of an electric grid between Egypt and Greece and the ongoing development of a similar grid between Egypt and Italy. He also noted Egypt’s role in exporting liquefied natural gas (LNG) to countries in need.