Telecoms operator VEON Ltd, formerly known as Orascom, says it intends to offer $600 million for the 42.3 per cent of Cairo-listed Global Telecom Holding.
VEON, based in Amsterdam, said on Tuesday that it would offer 5.30 Egyptian pounds (about $0.3005) per share for the buyout.
The offer for the stake in Global represents a 20 per cent premium to its closing price on Monday and it is worth $600 million.
VEON operates telecommunications companies in Russia and in developing countries in Asia and North Africa.
It holds a 55.6 per cent stake in Global, which operates the Djezzy network in Algeria, Mobilink in Pakistan and Sheba Telecom in Bangladesh.
Veon said in a statement, it has not yet submitted the offer to Egyptian financial authorities and it would not comment further.
It had called off a previous attempt to buy out Global’s assets in October.