Egypt’s Coordination Committee of Party's Youth Leaders and Politicians (CPYP) hosted, Friday a delegation of assistant to members of the US Congress at the Coordination headquarters.
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on January 26.
In a statement on Tuesday, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry said the meeting discussed regional and international issues of mutual concern as well as the Egyptian stances regarding these issues.
Among these documents is a document dated August 1789.
On June 16, many important events took place.
Radwan explained that ‘politicians never claimed that the human rights situation in Egypt is perfect. Many things needed to be corrected and revised; however, we invite the legislative institutions in the European Union and the United States to visit Egypt to assess the human rights situation based on the concept of human rights in Egypt.’
On January 26, many important events that changed the world map took place.
On January 11, many important events occurred that changed the world map, the most prominent of which was the success of the first trial to treat diabetes with insulin.
For the first time, the US Department's report on trafficking in human beings praised Sisi's efforts to strengthen protection for victims of human trafficking.
Egyptian Parliament’s foreign affairs committee headed by Tarek Radwan held a hearing session on Wednesday over the US congress bill on Egyptian Copts.
Egypt Today briefs top newspapers on Thursday for political issues.
An Egyptian Parliamentary delegation, headed by the Speaker Ali Abel Aal, will fly to U.S. on Friday, October 27.
Qatar’s role in funding or failing to stop funds to militant and extreme groups should raise questions about the suitability of Qatar.
Sisi said on Wednesday that the challenges of the Middle East require Egypt and the US to intensify their coordination and cooperation at all levels.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi welcomes a U.S. Congress delegation in Cairo.
Al-Sisi meets with Roger Wicker and his accompanying US congressional delegation on Sunday, where they discussed counter-terrorism and bilateral relations.