CAIRO: Two Mauritanian security officials will partake in February training on establishments and VIP protection and provided by Egypt, MENA reported Friday.
The training, organized by the Egyptian Partnership Agency for African Development (EPAAD) in collaboration with the Police Academy, will include “modern means” to combat terrorism, such as societal support and cooperation, according to MENA.
EPAAD, which was established in July 2014 to strengthen Egyptian ties with African neighbors, has announced it will organize other trainings in 2015 in the medical field.
Military leaders and chiefs of staff from 10 African countries are receiving security training from Jan. 16 to Feb. 26 in Egypt in collaboration between EPAAD and the Armed Forces Training Authority.
EPAAD has embarked on several programs in African countries, especially in the medical, education, and security fields.