There is an expected partnership between Egypt and the French National school administration (ENA)، which considered one of the best academies in the whole world، Presidency spokesman، Ambassador، Bassam Rady said.
In televised statements to On Live TV Channel، Rady noted that The State seeks to establish a partnership with the French side where French professors will be involved to prepare the Egyptian cadres capable of taking over the highest positions.
Noteworthy، Egypt’s President، Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi received yestreday، Sunday، French Director of the National School of Administration (ENA)، Patrick Gérard، in the presence of Planning Minister، Dr. Hala al-Saeed، Acting Director of General Intelligence Service (GIS)، and French Ambassador to Cairo.
During the meeting، they discussed ways to enhance cooperation between Egyptian National Academy for Youth training and Rehabilitation، and the French National School of Administration.
Sisi stressed on Egypt’s keenness to benefit from the (ENA) experience through the establishment of a full partnership with the Egyptian Academy to prepare cadres trained at highest level.
For his part، Gérard expressed his happiness to visit Egypt، stressing his aspiration for joint cooperation to train the Egyptian youth to take over administrative positions in order to contribute to their country’s development.
He also pointed out to the importance of the Egyptian-French cooperation in this field، which comes within the framework of the distinguished relations and historic ties between the two countries.