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Minister of International Cooperation Meets Tony Blair at Egypt-ICF

The Minister of International Cooperation, H.E. Dr. Rania Al-Mashat, met with former British Prime Minister and current President of the Institute for Global Change, Tony Blair, as part of Egypt-ICF.

The Minister of International Cooperation, H.E. Dr. Rania Al-Mashat, met with former British Prime Minister and current President of the Institute for Global Change, Tony Blair, as part of Egypt’s International Cooperation Forum (ICF). 

Egypt’s Forum for International Cooperation and Development Finance, also known as Egypt-ICF, is an annual event launched in 2021 that focuses on financing, mitigation, and adaptation projects. The forum brings together relevant parties from the international community to discuss and align on their common development goals. 

The United Nations’ Deputy Secretary-General, Amina J. Mohamed, is in attendance amongst multiple international dignitaries and representatives of global foundations in the run up to the COP27 United Nations Climate Change Conference, which will take place this November in Sharm El Sheikh. This year’s edition of Egypt-ICF also sees the participation of 23 government delegations from across Africa, reflecting the cruciality of the event in coordinating African visions ahead of COP27. 

Today, H.E. Dr. Rania Al-Mashat met with Tony Blair to discuss the possible areas of cooperation between the Institute for Global Change in the larger framework of the Egyptian government’s efforts to promote a transition to a green economy, as well as the promotion of the national platform for the NWFE Program, which helps finance green projects.