The Sunday meeting tackled ways to defend African interests during the upcoming COP 27 conference that the Egyptian authorities are working around the clock to host, on behalf of the African continent, in Sharm El-Sheikh on November 6-18, 2022.
The aid was sent during the past few days to the residents impacted by the devastating floods, in coordination with the Egyptian Embassy in Khartoum, said Al Azhar Sheikhdom in a statement on Saturday.
In a statement on Wednesday, the Egyptian military spokesman said the planes carried large quantities of tents, blankets, food, medicines, and medical supplies presented by both ministries of defense and health.
The consulate immediately issued documents for the sailors to return home, the statement added.
On July 29, 2022, Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry sent a letter to the president of the UN Security Council to express Egypt’s formal objection to Ethiopia's measures to unilaterally continue filling the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) without reaching an agreement with Egypt and Sudan.
The Egyptian Embassy in Sudan announced Tuesday that Ambassador Hossam Eissa had met Ruler of Darfur Region Minni Arko Minawi.
In media comments to the “On My Responsibility” talk show on Sada El Balad, Shoukry added everyone agrees on the importance of reaching a binding legal agreement on the operation of the Ethiopian dam.
The visit aims at achieving the interests of all parties and contributing to a more peaceful and prosperous region, the statement said, adding “In Addis Ababa, Ambassador Hammer will also consult with the African Union, under whose auspices GERD talks occur.”
In his speech after being awarded an Honorary degree from Belgrade University, President Sisi said that Egypt has adopted a set of rulings regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, stressing that the country believes in the unity of the purpose and destiny of the Nile Basin countries.
Khartoum has accused Addis Ababa of kidnapping and killing seven Sudanese soldiers and a civilian in the disputed border area of Fashaqa, summoning the Ethiopian ambassador in Sudan to denounce the killing of soldiers and the civilians, SUNA reported.
The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced Monday that it is calling back its ambassador to Ethiopia over the latter's "public execution" of seven Sudanese soldiers and a civilian that it had kidnapped on June 22, 2022.
The interview covered the food and energy crises ensued from the Russia-Ukraine War.
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 devices of electrical linkage between Sudan and Egypt arrived this week at Port Sudan, announced the Egyptian Embassy in Khartoum on Friday.
Egyptian Ambassador to Sudan Hossam Eissa met Wednesday with Member of the Sudan Transitional Sovereign Council Abou al-Qassem Bartam to hold talks on bilateral cooperation.
The camel market in Shalateen is one of the most famous camel markets in Egypt, where camels arrive from Sudanese cities in successive trips and take several days to reach the market.
The boat was carrying a number of agricultural workers, and most of the victims were women, the Ministry added in the statement.
Egypt is hosting more than four million Sudanese people, said Al-Burhan in a press conference with President Sisi on March 30, 2022.
The number of Egyptians residing in Sudan had reached 150,400 by the end of 2020. The number of Egyptians residing in Sudan had reached 150,400 by the end of 2020.
Chairman of Sudan’s Transitional Sovereign Council Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan said that “the eternal relations between Egypt and Sudan and the sustainable ties are the focus of all discussion and meetings between the officials of both countries”.