In order to implement the signed agreements, a Joint Intergovernmental Commission on Economic, Technical and Scientific Cooperation between the two countries was established and the Minister of Economic Development and Trade of the Republic of Tajikistan was appointed its co-chair. The first meeting of the Joint Intergovernmental Commission of the Republic of Tajikistan and the Arab Republic of Egypt was held on January 23-27, 2009 in Dushanbe.
On November 27-28, 2019 in Cairo was held the second session of the Joint Intergovernmental Commission of the Republic of Tajikistan and the Arab Republic of Egypt on economic, scientific and technical cooperation, in which the Tajik Minister of Economic Development and Trade Nematullo Hikmatullozoda and the Egyptian Minister of Investment and Trade international cooperation was chaired by Dr. Sahar Nasr. Following the meeting, the Minutes of the second session of the Joint Intergovernmental Commission between Tajikistan and Egypt on economic, scientific and technical cooperation were signed. In addition, three other cooperation documents were signed during the meeting of the Joint Commission, including:
1. Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Tajikistan and the Ministry of Culture of the Arab Republic of Egypt in the field of culture;
2. Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation between the State Unitary Enterprise of Tajikistan "Tajinvest" and the General Committee on Investments and Free Zones of Egypt (GAFI) on the development of bilateral investment relations;
3. Memorandum of Cooperation between the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Tajikistan and the Union of Chambers of Commerce of the Arab Republic of Egypt.
The legal framework of cooperation between the two countries provides a total of 9 documents, but in order to expand it, about 20 other documents are under consideration by the two sides.
On the basis of cooperation agreements in the field of education, student exchanges have been organized with the use of state grants, and dozens of Tajik students study at Cairo and Ayni Shams universities in Egypt and a large number of Egyptian students and graduate students in Tajikistan.