The African Peace and Security Council unanimously adopted the "Cairo Road Map to Strengthen UN Peacekeeping Operations" document.
The President welcomed the effort made to follow up on the results of the first Coordination Meeting chaired by his Excellency in July 2019 in Niger.
The African-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce was launched on Tuesday by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres condemned the attacks, offering his condolences to the peoples and governments of Egypt and Mali, according to a statement from the UN spokesperson Stéphane Dujarric.
This initiative works on consolidating Egyptian-African relations.
Meeting comes as part of institute's training efforts provided across Africa through training network of management institutes in Africa, says Hala El-Said
In a session chaired by Egypt, Egypt's Permanent Envoy to the AU Ambassador Osmaa Abdel Khalek congratulated the Mali people for returning back to the pan-African body.
Furthermore, Shoukry congratulates his Malian counterpart on taking office as Foreign Minister of Mali in the transitional government.
Video footage went viral on Facebook on September 29, showing a group of teenagers harassing an African girl near a tuk-tuk, while she was returning home from her work.
The meeting tackled ways of supporting Kenya's health sector amid the outbreak of the coronavirus and its impact on various sectors.
The message was delivered by Jean-Claude Kabongo, special investment adviser to Congolese president in a meeting attended by Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry in Cairo.
They tackled the current preparations for holding the annual coordination summit between AU and regional economic blocs as well as preparations for the African-European summit.
Angolan Embassy in Egypt said the aid comes within the framework of an initiative from President Abdel Fattah El Sisi that aims to support more than 30 African countries.
The Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al Sisi directed the government to send medical aids to 30 African countries to help them contain the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) as part of the Egyptian contribution to the African Union COVID-19 Response Fund.
The plant aims to produce electrical power with a capacity of 2,115 megawatts and is being implemented at a cost of $2.9 billion.
“We’re closely following up developments taking place in Tripoli,” said the General Command in a statement Monday.
Egypt has already sent US$ 1.6 medical aid to ten African countries to curb the repercussions of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Moscow is expected to export the Russian vaccine in November or December after covering all of Russia in October.
The government will move from Cairo to the New Administrative Capital mid-2021.
Railway and electrical tie-up are some of ambitious projects discussed by Egyptian Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouly and Sudanese officials in strong determination to bring Egypt and Sudan closer than ever.