“Egypt is ready to activate a regular maritime line between the two countries, but the private sector must participate on both sides,” Madbouli said.
The Tunisian President affirmed Tunisia’s support for Egypt regarding the file of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, saying that Tunisia's security is part of Egypt's national security.
She asserted the keenness of the Tunisian government and businessmen on intensifying the investment opportunities and providing all the potentials to implement them.
The supreme committee consists of a number of technical committees.
The committee’s agenda covers cooperation in a variety of priority issues, including technical and cooperation in trade, petroleum, energy, higher education, health, housing, finance, and transportation.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi received, on Sunday, phone calls from a number of Arab leaders who expressed their support for Egypt in combating terrorism following the terrorist attack that targeted Egyptian soldiers in Sinai on Saturday.
The meetings took place in Pakistan.
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The meeting touched on ways to enhance bilateral cooperation frameworks between the two countries views were exchanged on a number of regional issues of common interest, Rady added.
He said that "other draft constitutional and other changes will be put forward to referendum" on July 25, 2022.
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on December 6.
The events began with the opening ceremony of the Egyptian Cinema Days in Tunisia.
The meeting ended with numerous recommendations that would preserve the Arab urban heritage and make it a source of inspiration for the design of new cities.
The Islamist Ennahda movement in Tunisia became in hot waters, not just for its latest “lobbying” contract which is currently being investigated, but for other Serval accusations including assassinations and corruption.
Egypt offered on Wednesday its sincere condolences to the Tunisian government and people over the victims of the military helicopter crash.
U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and accompanying delegation visited Egypt Wednesday.
Egypt’s foreign minister Sameh Shoukry meet, Tuesday with his Tunisian counterpart Othman Jerandi Tuesday on the sidelines the 76th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA), which kicked off earlier today.
The opening will be witnessed by Tunisian ambassador in Cairo, Mohamed Ben Youssef, and a group of Arab and foreign playwrights.
The press conference will review the activities of the fourth edition of the festival.
He also said the meeting saw a dismissal of the news about terrorists' infirtlation to Tunisia from Libya, saying such news aim to spoil bilateral relations.