"AASTMT" - "Arab Organization for Industrialization" Co-operational Agreement

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Within the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT) Co-operational Agreements with different World Universities and institutions that promote discussion and exchange of experiences in areas of mutual interest, H.E Prof. Dr. Ismail Abdel Ghafar Ismail Farag - AASTMT President and H.E Lieutenant General Abdel Moneim El-Terras - Chairman of the Arab Organization for Industrialization (AOI), signed a Co-operational Agreement between AASTMT Arab Institute for Leadership Development (AILD) and the Arab Organization for Industrialization on Wednesday 12- 8- 2020, at AOI Headquarter, in the presence of Prof. Dr. Hanan Gouda - Dean of AILD, Dr. Tarek Al-Hosary - Vice Dean of AILD, Dr. Wael Mahmoud - Assistant Dean of AILD, Dr. Mohammad Abu Rizqah - Dean of AASTMT College of Computing & Information Technology, and Dr. Khaled Shehata - Dean of AASTMT College of Engineering and Technology, in addition to a group of AASTMT and AOI Officials.
"AASTMT" and "AOI" agreement was held to cooperate in the field of technology, scientific research and human element preparation, as well as to offer AILD courses and programs for the purpose of implementing training activities, refining administrative skills and building cadres for preserving capabilities, as in keeping with AASTMT leading role, and in particular AILD, as one of AASTMT academic entities that specializes in preparing cadres with the latest modern scientific methods whether in the governmental institutions or in the private sector.
It`s worth to mention that AOI was established in 1975 following an Arab international agreement to establish an advanced industrial base, as the agreement included the Arab Republic of Egypt, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and the State of Qatar, then the authority changed to be owned by the Arab Republic of Egypt since 1993, as AOI has strong relations with several multinational companies.

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