The Egyptian Space Agency has announced yet, another cooperation protocol between the agency and another institution. This cooperation protocol is with the Arab Academy of Sciences, Technology, and Maritime Transport.
The signing of the protocol occurred at the Agency, and had in presence; Dr Mohammed Al-Quosy, CEO of EgSA, Dr Ismail Abdel Ghafar, Head of the Arab Academy of Sciences, Dr Mohammed Khali Iraqi, Deputy CEO of EgSA, Dr Alaa Abdelbari, Vice President of the Academy and Dr Ali Fahmy, Dean of Social Intelligence at the Academy.
According to the parties, the new protocol aims to spread space science and culture, build a knowledge society that encourages and supports the spread of space science and technology culture, discovering and developing scientific and technological capabilities to build a network of enlightened countrymen. Part of the protocol also involves sharing scientific and technical training, higher studies, scientific research, organising workshops, and scientific conferences.
After signing the protocol, the academy gave the academy shield as a symbol of partnership to Dr Al-Quosy.
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