President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and his Tunisian counterpart Qais Said met on the sidelines of the 31st Arab Summit held in Algeria.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi met on Tuesday with his Algerian counterpart Abdel Meguid Taboun on the sidelines of the 31st Arab League Summit hosted by the North African state.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi headed Tuesday to Algeria to attend the 31st Arab Summit taking place on November 1-2.
The Libyan Ministry of Health announced Sunday that the number of casualties caused by the clashes that broke out Saturday between armed groups in the capital, Tripoli, amounts to 32 deaths and 159 injuries.
The Tunisian Independent Supreme Elections Authority announced passing the new draft constitution through voting by the public.
Shoukry has been in an official visit to London to launch the first partnership council between Egypt and the United Kingdom, a statement by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs read.
European Union Ambassador to Cairo Christian Berger said Tuesday that the union supports Egypt to become a major hub of energy in the Middle East, North Africa, and Mediterranean.
Swiss Envoy for the Middle East and North Africa Wolfgang Bruelhart displayed Monday his country's strategic priorities on the region in 2021-2024.
The theme is "Improving Trade Resilience Amid Series of Global Supply Chain Disruptions."
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry received Sunday his Alegrian counterpart Ramtane Lamamra in Cairo.
A decade of failure following the Arab Spring in 2011.
Egypt renewed its refutation of such terrorist practices.
The two also discuss means of boosting economic and development cooperation among African countries, Presidential Spokesman Bassam Rady said.
That is by virtue of the economic reform program undertaken by the state since 2016.
The company's activities are focused on the manufacture and export of crackers and soft drinks.
France said early this month that its forces killed Droukdel in northern Mali near the Algerian border.
The World Bank pointed out that the pandemic left around 100 million students in the region out of classrooms.
the Fund, SPE AIF I is managed by SPE Capital Partners and will focus mainly on Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia.
More than 270 local and international industrial experts take part in the event along with 1,600 participants.
“The Libyan crisis is going through a critical phase turning more complicated and incurring security repercussions within Libyan borders and in neighboring countries,” Sisi said.