President Edgar Lungu has left for Cairo, Egypt for a three day working visit at invitation of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.
President Lungu who left at about 07:25 was seen off by Acting President Inonge Wina, Service, Cabinet Minister and some Senior PF officials at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport.
The Head of State is scheduled to hold bilateral talks with President El-Sisi and sign a number of Memoranda of Understanding and agreements which include tourism, youth sports and Health.
And Zambia’s Ambassador to Egypt Major General Topply Lubaya has confirmed that President Lungu is also expected to grace the Zambia-Egypt business council before visiting the Suez Cannel fisheries establishment.
General Lubaya says President Lungu is scheduled to hold bilateral talks with President EL-SISI and sign a number of MoU’s and agreements which include tourism, youth sports and Health.
He said Zambia and Egypt enjoy warm bilateral relations which will be further strengthened by President Lungu’s visit.
General Lubaya adds that the two heads of state will also grace the Zambia-Egypt business council before visiting the Suez Cannel fisheries establishment.
President Lungu is also scheduled to visit the Arab Industrial Authority and the economic industrial zone as well as learn how the tourism sector is flourishing in Egypt.
He is also expected to meet Zambians living in Egypt before concluding his business.