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Cairo is counting on signing an industrial zone document with the Russian Federation

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Next week, the Egyptian Ministry of Industry expects to sign with the Russian side a protocol on the creation of a Russian industrial-industrial zone in the Suez Canal area, reports RIA News message of the Egyptian department.




The report notes that "the signing of a number of agreements is planned within the framework of the work of the Egyptian-Russian intergovernmental commission."

“They will sign a number of protocols of mutual understanding, the most important of which will be the signing of a protocol on the creation of a Russian industrial zone in the Suez Canal area, as well as the signing of an agreement between the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) and a number of Egyptian banks to search for instruments to finance investment projects”- said in a release published after the meeting of the head of the ministry with the Russian ambassador in Cairo.

It is also reported that the delegation of the Russian Federation will be accompanied by representatives of the 60 order of Russian companies. They will take part in the Russian-Egyptian business forum.

Earlier, President Al-Sisi said that Cairo "expects to begin practical steps to create a Russian industrial-industrial zone in the Suez Canal region soon."
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  1. marlin1203
    marlin1203 25 January 2016 14: 07
    +7
    Are we investing in Egypt? And then who is in us? belay
    1. Haettenschweiler
      Haettenschweiler 25 January 2016 14: 09
      +8
      Quote: marlin1203
      Are we investing in Egypt? And then who is in us?



      as well as the signing of an agreement between the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) and near egyptian banks to search for investment project financing tools


      - So this thing, whatever it may be, will be dragged not only by the Federation. Maybe something sensible will come out.
      1. Tor5
        Tor5 25 January 2016 14: 31
        +6
        Egypt ... very doubtful for long-term projects, more than once.
        1. Lelek
          Lelek 25 January 2016 18: 22
          +1
          Quote: Tor5
          Egypt ... very doubtful for long-term projects, more than once.


          Wrong word, DANGEROUS. The canal zone, of which only the Basmachi are not there, is especially dangerous - from the Tuareg to Queen Elizabeth and Daesh. bully
    2. Primus pilus
      Primus pilus 25 January 2016 14: 09
      +2
      Before you sign something with Egypt, you need to be sure of it.
    3. Ami du peuple
      Ami du peuple 25 January 2016 14: 12
      12
      Quote: marlin1203
      And then who is in us?

      Don't invest in us. Look, in the 90s, foreign "investors" bought all the tidbits for a penny. We ourselves will live without such "depositors". Better let the state help the economy with investments than muddy foreigners.
      1. saturn.mmm
        saturn.mmm 25 January 2016 17: 05
        0
        Quote: Ami du peuple
        No need to invest in us.

        There is nothing wrong with investing.
        Here is an example of a positive investment.
    4. Mercenary
      Mercenary 25 January 2016 14: 59
      +5
      And Egypt will begin in us, when it becomes industrial, greasy and arrogant like Turkey. In addition, there is experience - Nasser spat in the face of the Soviet Union’s ambassador for billions of dollars in our armaments, the beginnings of industry, for mine clearing by the Suez Canal.
      1. avdkrd
        avdkrd 25 January 2016 16: 38
        +1
        Quote: Mercenary
        And Egypt will begin in us, when it becomes industrial, greasy and arrogant like Turkey. In addition, there is experience - Nasser spat in the face of the Soviet Union’s ambassador for billions of dollars in our armaments, the beginnings of industry, for mine clearing by the Suez Canal.

        Two big differences are supplying weapons on non-burdensome and non-binding conditions, while relying not on corruption and greed of officials (like the United States), but on the decency of the Egyptian elite, as was the case under the USSR and, in fact, on favorable terms, go to the Middle East market as a producer and co-owner of a business. In addition, the presence of large Russian business in the Suez Canal area gives rise to a military presence of the RF Armed Forces on an ongoing basis. If ours sells the construction of an air base and at least a service point for naval ships under an industrial zone, this will be a tremendous victory for Russian politics.
        1. Lelek
          Lelek 25 January 2016 18: 28
          +1
          Quote: avdkrd
          In addition, the presence of large Russian business in the Suez Canal area gives rise to a military presence of the RF Armed Forces on an ongoing basis.


          Do we need it? Its borders must be strengthened, not African deserts. Little experience of the USSR? One leader will eat another and now we are already in the war. And money and specialists are needed in our country as well. fool
      2. Kasym
        Kasym 25 January 2016 16: 40
        +1
        First of all, it is beneficial to Russia. What is the industrial zone on the Suez Canal? I think that this is a transport and logistics center (port. Infrastructure, warehouses, railway and road) and some industrial enterprises. For example, an elevator. The Russian Federation, like the Republic of Kazakhstan, supplies cereals to Egypt. So you have to stake out the market! It supplies the Russian Federation and armored vehicles, KAMAZ - to the rembase. If you have similar enterprises there, then the Russian Federation becomes out of competition and not only in Egypt - in the whole of northern Africa - it is necessary to choose directions. Shipbuilding and assembly plants. It can be used for certification of local products for export to Russia, etc.
        Under what conditions is another matter. I think Egypt is now not up to trade on this issue. And most likely they will give the land for free, and the products released there as local.
        I will give you an example. In China, Kazakhstan has built its terminal in the port of Lianyungang. Now there are tens of thousands of containers per year passing in our direction (the whole Central Asia is interested in this terminal, because there the trains of Chinese goods are quickly formed in our direction; they try to send their containers there with their goods in order to quickly deliver to them. Delivery time to Peter, according to the plans, 10 days from this terminal). Seeing a similar situation, the largest land port of XIAN came up with a similar proposal. But here is the trick. They are now interested in the traffic from US to MYSELF. The trains go loaded to the West, and in the opposite direction yellow. it is unprofitable to drive an empty road.
        Well, the Suez Canal is a strategic sea gate from Asia to Europe (and vice versa). The British should bite their elbows now. He and the French were seriously intruded when, at the insistence of the USSR and ... the USA, Suez was transferred to Egypt. Well, if you stick there ... coastal artillery - well, you know. laughing . Egyptians on zapadentsev apparently seriously angry for the Arab spring, since Russia is ready to drag Russia by any means. hi
  2. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 25 January 2016 14: 07
    +4
    We would have a base in Egypt to strengthen our military presence in the region.
    1. avt
      avt 25 January 2016 14: 12
      +4
      Quote: Great-grandfather of Zeus
      We would have a base in Egypt to strengthen our military presence in the region.

      Aha! In Alexandria. And Uh-uh-uh-marshal ... ,, Mistral "put there please to us .... two pieces. Ochen your prashu. laughing
    2. creak
      creak 25 January 2016 14: 44
      +2
      Quote: Great-grandfather of Zeus
      We would have a base in Egypt


      So there were already not one - and where are they now? To step on the same rake - is that such a habit?
      Just like in the cartoon "Shaw, again? ...
  3. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 25 January 2016 14: 08
    -1
    The Egyptian Ministry of Industry expects to sign a protocol with the Russian side next week on the creation of a Russian industrial and industrial zone in the Suez Canal area
    Suez Canal is under control, not bad ... yes
  4. kil 31
    kil 31 25 January 2016 14: 09
    11
    But we do not need to build factories, ships and invest in our territory in the Russian Federation?
    1. Vladimyrych
      Vladimyrych 25 January 2016 14: 25
      +5
      I agree. We climb the hell knows where that would then be overturned through the penis. And it would be okay to "Western partners" (used to uzho), and then camel beaters and other similar servants.
      1. Maksus
        Maksus 25 January 2016 14: 32
        +2
        I agree, it will be a shame, even after spitting in the face from the little brothers and Janissaries. Who hasn't sent us yet?
      2. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 25 January 2016 17: 01
        +1
        Quote: keel 31
        Kil 31 (2) Today, 14:09 New
        But we do not need to build factories, ships and invest in our territory in the Russian Federation?

        Quote: Vladimir
        Vladimir (4) Today, 14:25 ↑ New
        I agree. We climb the hell knows where that would then be overturned through the penis. And it would be okay to "Western partners" (used to uzho), and then camel beaters and other similar servants.

        friends argue politically, and very short-sightedly. request
        1. kil 31
          kil 31 25 January 2016 17: 11
          +1
          Quote: Andrew Y.
          Quote: keel 31
          Kil 31 (2) Today, 14:09 New
          But we do not need to build factories, ships and invest in our territory in the Russian Federation?

          Quote: Vladimir
          Vladimir (4) Today, 14:25 ↑ New
          I agree. We climb the hell knows where that would then be overturned through the penis. And it would be okay to "Western partners" (used to uzho), and then camel beaters and other similar servants.

          friends argue politically, and very short-sightedly. request

          We reason pragmatically. Where the wind blows there and Egypt. Now Egypt is courting SA, and it is under the state department. I don’t see our hand on the pulse of the channel since the times of the USSR. In the USSR, we simply lied to ourselves that we had a canal and wrote off debts to Egypt. I do not want a repeat.
        2. saturn.mmm
          saturn.mmm 26 January 2016 22: 41
          0
          Quote: Andrey Yurievich
          friends argue politically, and very short-sightedly.

          To keep Turkey in check, you need a full-fledged base in the Mediterranean Sea, and preferably two.
    2. vkl-47
      vkl-47 25 January 2016 14: 38
      +4
      and we have such a node as the Suet Canal? wonderful peasant children. This is the output of goods to the entire Middle East and Europe
      1. Maksus
        Maksus 25 January 2016 15: 54
        0
        Where and on which markets will the Suez Canal allow us to enter? To the market of Yemen or East Africa? What for?
    3. saturn.mmm
      saturn.mmm 26 January 2016 22: 39
      0
      Quote: keel 31
      But we do not need to build factories, ships and invest in our territory in the Russian Federation?

      And who is bothering?
  5. bronik
    bronik 25 January 2016 14: 10
    +1
    on the creation of a Russian industrial zone in the Suez Canal area

    This is a strategic move ..
  6. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S 25 January 2016 14: 20
    +5
    Quote: Kil 31
    But we do not need to build factories, ships and invest in our territory in the Russian Federation?


    It is necessary, very much even necessary, but at the same time it is necessary to unobtrusively keep a hand on the pulse of the Suez Canal, let it be better that "our" billionaires invest the money stolen from the people and the state in this zone (for Russia, they will not be asked for a penny).
    1. kil 31
      kil 31 25 January 2016 14: 33
      +1
      Quote: A1L9E4K9S
      Quote: Kil 31
      But we do not need to build factories, ships and invest in our territory in the Russian Federation?


      It is necessary, very much even necessary, but at the same time it is necessary to unobtrusively keep a hand on the pulse of the Suez Canal, let it be better that "our" billionaires invest the money stolen from the people and the state in this zone (for Russia, they will not be asked for a penny).

      For me, I need to learn to ask our nouveau rushes for a penny for myself.
  7. mr.grin19z
    mr.grin19z 25 January 2016 14: 29
    +3
    Well, yes, a country without pants will soon remain, and we will invest in other countries for me, it’s like Egypt that it was traveling, it doesn’t carry to our piggy bank
  8. Mikhail Krapivin
    Mikhail Krapivin 25 January 2016 14: 33
    +1
    Haha. Everything in the house, nothing out of the house.
  9. Yugan Oleg
    Yugan Oleg 25 January 2016 14: 34
    +2
    Russian business offers are not as bonded as the Americans. I remember there were big plans - and the construction of the Atomic Battery and other infrastructure projects. After the fall of our Boeing, everything collapsed or at least was postponed, now Egypt wants to lure us back, even a piece of the Suez Canal promises.
  10. LVMI1980
    LVMI1980 25 January 2016 14: 37
    +3
    So, to fulfill their orders, OUR plants will work
    1. saturn.mmm
      saturn.mmm 26 January 2016 22: 44
      0
      Quote: LVMI1980
      So, to fulfill their orders, OUR plants will work

      When factories work it is good bad when they don’t work and production can be increased.
  11. Igluxnumx
    Igluxnumx 25 January 2016 14: 42
    0
    You can invest in ideas, technologies. Why not arrange screwdriver assembly of our products there? Yes, and we need technology, say, in microelectronics ...
  12. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 25 January 2016 14: 45
    +1
    But not now, we need to sign such an agreement with Cairo. We stagger ourselves from the wind, and if the United States again tricks the palm, we can fall
  13. midivan
    midivan 25 January 2016 14: 55
    +2
    and now we’ll listen to the head of the transport department, damn you, who’s the main one among the Saudis? wink
  14. polite people
    polite people 25 January 2016 15: 02
    +2
    True Russia - true - has never expected help from anyone. We are self-sufficient. Completely. We can only share what we have, but we have EVERYTHING.
  15. Cobra77
    Cobra77 25 January 2016 15: 07
    +1
    I don’t understand something, it is possible to build an industrial zone in Egypt, to cost it in Russia is nafig necessary. Is it that only Yeltsin centers can be built? Why do we invest in a foreign country (which tomorrow will "stick a knife in the back"), but we don’t want to go to ours? Is that another HPP? It's like buying US debt securities, with a lot of words being told about the need to invest in our economy. And that China will help us. What is this, explain to me somebody?
  16. konvalval
    konvalval 25 January 2016 15: 23
    +2
    Once betrayed (cheated), not seven, but a hundred times check before agreeing. And besides that, a hundred times calculate the benefits. And then our government is generous with our money to help everyone, while advising us to tighten our belts, forgetting about ours.
    1. Panikovsky
      Panikovsky 25 January 2016 16: 18
      +1
      say the truth to u.konvalval, and given the pathological deceit and hypocrisy of Arab friends, their selfish mentality, which encourages betrayal, if it is profitable, must be considered not a hundred, but a thousand times before you have anything to do with these cute lads.
    2. Fat
      Fat 25 January 2016 23: 24
      0
      Quote: konvalval
      And then our government is generous with our money to help everyone, while advising us to tighten our belts, forgetting about ours.

      A lot of Russian money in offshores and in the Russian Federation does not work in any way, so this "zone" is a real chance to shake something out of there. In any case, the risks for the Russian budget are not great, the straps will not have to be tightened. Maybe you are more worried about the loot stowed by the oligarchs? In my opinion, this is how entrepreneurs should think about this proposal.
      Let me explain: the Russian "businessman" and the Russian state are not the same thing. A homegrown bourgeois must pay taxes, but like any person, he does not like to do this. And then there is such a chance to clean up (of course, if the Russian authorities are allowed to deploy in Egypt) ... A military base on Suez naturally does not hurt, who knows how everything will turn out
  17. askort154
    askort154 25 January 2016 15: 35
    0
    You’ll understand horseradish economists. They cry that because of the sanctions, foreign investors left Russia, but they don’t want to invest in long-term projects within the country, but they flee to foreign ones. We build means of production in a foreign country on Russian petrodollars, we pay tax there on the profit received from the sale of the manufactured product. Then we buy this product and import it into our country with payment of a fee. Actually, I'm zero in the economy. But where is the money, Zin?
  18. Panabebis
    Panabebis 25 January 2016 15: 39
    0
    Earlier, President Al-Sisi said that Cairo "expects to begin practical steps to create a Russian industrial-industrial zone in the Suez Canal region soon."

    Look carefully! The West can punish for not loyalty to the unipolar world ... :)
  19. Cobra77
    Cobra77 25 January 2016 15: 57
    0
    Quote: askort154
    You’ll understand horseradish economists. They cry that because of the sanctions, foreign investors left Russia, but they don’t want to invest in long-term projects within the country, but they flee to foreign ones. We build means of production in a foreign country on Russian petrodollars, we pay tax there on the profit received from the sale of the manufactured product. Then we buy this product and import it into our country with payment of a fee. Actually, I'm zero in the economy. But where is the money, Zin?


    It's not hard to understand. Gaidar economists have long been a part of global capital. And he has no homeland. Where it is warmer now there he will be. The interests of the country do not matter here. This is the "invisible hand of the market" ....
  20. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 25 January 2016 16: 09
    +1
    Yes Yes. Suez is in control, it is power. It would be nice to get a cork out of the Bosphorus.
  21. 8140
    8140 25 January 2016 16: 09
    0
    Instead of investing in our own economy working capital, we conclude. When only our politicians will head to work for their country, and not think in pseudo-geopolitical projects