A pool game between UK Prime Minister Theresa May and her Italian counterpart Giuseppe Conte on a billiard table - Screenshot
CAIRO – 27 February 2019: Away from the political climate that has overwhelmed the South Sinai resort over the past two days during the LAS-EU summit, Sharm El-Sheikh witnessed a pool game between UK Prime Minister Theresa May and her Italian counterpart Giuseppe Conte on a billiard table.
Both leaders were among dozens of Arab and European figures who participated in the two-day Arab League-European Union (LAS-EU) summit held in Sharm El-Sheikh on February 24-25.
At the Billiard Pool, May appeared a beginner player, and Conte was heard teaching her tips, and chalking her cue stick before she strikes the first ball.
Footage of their game went viral on social media and racked the hits as May was seen struggling with her cue stick, saying she will be “hopeless,” and telling her Italian counterpart “You’ll have to show me how.”
May has recently announced that MPs may have to wait until March 12 for a meaningful vote on the UK government’s final Brexit deal.
The European Union (EU)-Arab League (AL) summit, which started on Sunday, February 24 in the presence of tens of presidents, kings, prime ministers, ministers and high-level officials from different countries from the Arab and European regions has come to an end on Monday.
Sisi inaugurated on Sunday the 1st European Union (EU)-Arab League (AL) summit, which focused on strengthening regional security and stability and enhancing cooperation and partnership.