The Kuwaiti Foreign Minister praised Egypt's pivotal role in bringing security and stability to the Arab world
During the meeting, the two sides also probed funding priorities in various development sectors in African states, especially those related to food security, agricultural projects, new and renewable energy, in addition to health.
The two sides probed the possibility of exchanging experience between Ain Shams University and Mexican peers.
Gamea said that Egypt achieved progress in the field of economic reform which helped boost the status of the Egyptian economy on the international economic map.
The two leaders tackled military and economic relations, besides the latest developments of joint cooperation regarding the ongoing investigations into the case of the Italian student, Giulio Regeni.
“Ways to enhance cooperation in combating terrorism and climate change were tackled,” the statement said.
The invitation includes all MPs of the Libyan Parliament to meet in Cairo under the dome of the Egyptian Parliament on Tuesday.
Egypt's Minister of Foreign affairs Sameh Shokry received Tuesday a video call from his Afghan counterpart.
The minister told al-Assoumy that the upcoming period will witness more cooperation between the Egyptian and the Arab parliaments.
Shoukry would head to Kuwait from Riyadh on Kuwaiti airlines.
“The two countries have played a prominent role and an undeniable influence on the progress of human civilization in various fields of science, arts and literature,” President Sisi said.
The president had begun his visit with laying wreath on the Unknown Soldier Tomb before holding a meeting with Greek counterpart.
The expanded meeting, held via video conference, was attended by Assistant Foreign Minister for Foreign Affairs Tarek Shalabi and head of Trade Representation Authority Ahmed Maghawri.
Both Ministers would discuss the bilateral ties and the international and regional issues of mutual concern.
They agreed on forming joint committees of officials and specialists from both ministries to follow up the Egyptian farms in Africa.
Morsi discussed the technological and technical potentials of companies and units of his ministry.
Both leaders agreed on continuing the bilateral cooperation and coordination regarding several issues on the regional and international levels to achieve peace and stability for the region.
During the meeting, the minister and the ambassador discussed the possibility of increasing the tourism from Hungary to Egypt.
Minister of Defense and Military Production Mohamed Zaki headed on Monday to Portugal on an official several-days visit leading a high-profile delegation.
The center is established in accordance to an executive contract signed by Egypt and the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ).