U.S. President Donald Trump and Egypt's President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi - courtesy/ Mohamed Ezat
U.S. President Donald Trump and Egypt's President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi - courtesy/ Mohamed Ezat

Sisi's visit contributed to approaching Egyptian, Arab-US views: Saudi writer

By: MENA
Sun, Apr. 14, 2019
KUWAIT CITY, April 14 (MENA) - Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi's visit to the US, at the invitation of US President Donald Trump, was successful by whatever means and contributed to approaching Egyptian and Arab views with those adopted by the US administration, Saudi writer Meshaal Aba Al Wadaa Al Harbi said.

In an article published by Kuwaiti newspaper Al Seyassah on Sunday, the Saudi writer underscored the significance of the visit in light achievements realized by Egypt in various fields.

"The visit stresses that Egypt retained it's genuine role that has been frozen post January 25 revolution, 2011, amid Qatar and Turkey's attempts to curb Egypt's original role in a host of issues," writer Harbi said.

Titled "Review of Egyptian president's visit to Washington", the article said "Egypt managed to face terrorism and realize notable economic achievements after adopting the economic reform program that contributed to luring investments, topped by the US ones that hit 16 billion dollars,"

The Saudi writer shed light on praise president Trump heaped on Sis's efforts, deeming such praise a proof that relations among the two countries are chiefly restored.

"Sisi's successful movements pause as a slap in the face for plotters who thought destroying the country," the writer concluded the article.
 
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