French police cancels pro-MB protest in Paris: sources

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Wed, 25 Oct 2017 - 11:45 GMT

Official reception to President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi outside the Elysee Palace Tuesday Oct. 24, 2017 - Photo by Mohamed el-Galy / Egypt Today

Official reception to President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi outside the Elysee Palace Tuesday Oct. 24, 2017 - Photo by Mohamed el-Galy / Egypt Today

PARIS - 25 October 2017: French police cancelled a Brotherhood protest Wednesday, on the third day of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi's visit to Paris.

Reliable sources in Paris revealed to Egypt Today that 10 persons gathered in the morning at the Eiffel Tower square chanting against the Egyptian regime and the president.

The Egyptian community in Paris gathered at the Invalides Square to welcome Sisi while he was entering the Military Museum on Tuesday.


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Egyptian community raising Egyptian flags to welcome President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi visiting Paris - Photo by Nawal Sayed/Egypt Today


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Egyptian community organizes march at Les Invalides to welcome President Abdel Fatah al- Sisi - Photo by Mohamed el-Galy/Egypt Today


Hundreds of Egyptian expats from Sweden, Belgium, Germany and other European countries celebrated Sisi and his delegation in France; showing their support to the regime against terrorism and economic challenges.

The gathering included media practitioners and Egyptian TV channels.

Sisi’s third visit to Paris concludes on Thursday after three days of talks and signing economic, military and security deals.

During the first three days of his visit, Sisi held meetings with high-level French officials, on top of whom is his French Counterpart Emmanuel Macron, where both leaders stressed importance of the strategic partnership and discussed ways to boost it.

On the sidelines, Sisi also met with CEOs of French companies, where he announced deals worth billions of pounds signed between both countries in different sectors.

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