Egypt and Greece to sign a deal for power interconnection

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The deal, to be signed by the Greek environment and energy minister Costas Skrekas and the Egyptian minister of electricity Mohamed Shaker.
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  • It will constitute the first interconnection between Europe and Africa in the Southeastern Mediterranean region
  • The agreement comes a week after Egypt’s signing of an $1.8 billion electrical connection project with Saudi Arabia

Egypt and Greece will sign a preliminary deal to build an electricity interconnection between the two countries in Athens on Thursday, Athens-Macedonia news agency (AMNA) reported.

The deal, to be signed by the Greek environment and energy minister Costas Skrekas and the Egyptian minister of electricity Mohamed Shaker, constitutes the first interconnection between Europe and Africa in the Southeastern Mediterranean region, AMNA cited.

The agreement comes a week after Egypt’s signing of an $1.8 billion electrical connection project with Saudi Arabia.

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