A Ministry of Endowments delegation recently visited Greece to discuss retaining Egyptian properties in the Mediterranean country.

“While it’s safe to say that the visit was a positive step, it didn’t leave any pragmatic impact on how we’re going to take our properties from Greece,” MP Taher Abou Zeid told Invest-Gate.

The meeting was a friendly one, that only involved an exchange of greetings, Abou Zeid elaborated. The Egyptian Endowments-owned properties in Greece are allegedly touristic monuments that date back the Mohamed Ali era.