President Sisi wished the injured a speedy recovery.
Twelve people were killed and 260 others were injured when a crane failed to place a gas tanker on a ship at the port and then dropped it away in the midway causing a big explosion and a leakage of poisonous gas, Petra news agency reported on Monday.
Egypt, Lebanon and Syria, on June 21, signed an agreement to transport 650 million cubic meters of gas annually from Egypt to Lebanon via Syria, in a ceremony held at the Lebanese Ministry of Energy in Beirut.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi held Sunday a trilateral meeting in Sharm El Sheikh with King Abdullah II of Jordan and King Hamad Bin Eissa Al Khalifa of Bahrain.
Both leaders are expected to tackle a number of regional and international issues, foremost of which is the Iranian nuclear file, efforts to end the war in Yemen, the and repercussions of the Russian-Ukrainian war on the region.
Bin Salman’s tour comes two weeks before US President Joe Biden’s visit to the Saudi kingdom, scheduled on July 15 and 16, following another visit by Biden to Israel on July 14, and 15.
The Royal Diwan of Saudi Arabia announced Tuesday that U.S. President Joe Biden would attend on July 16 a summit encompassing the heads of state of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, as well as Egypt, Jordan, and Iraq.
Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry, praised on Monday the great role played by Iraqi to overcome terrorism.
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Early this week, Egypt, Jordan and the UAE signed the “Industrial Partnership for Sustainable Economic Development,” as per which the Abu Dhabi Developmental Holding Company PJSC (ADQ) will allocate an investment fund of $10 billion.
The attack was the fifth incident to occur in the Kidal region in just one week, said the UN.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi underlined on Wednesday the importance of the three-way cooperation with Jordan and the UAE and the launching of the Partnership Initiative for Sustainable Economic Development
Jordan is among the list of the most important importers of Egyptian food industries worldwide during the first quarter of 2022 with exports worth $47 million to grow by 6percent against the exports of 2021 during the same period.
The integrated industrial partnership between the UAE, Jordan and Egypt, was announced at the conference held in Abu Dhabi on Sunday, May 29.
Mabdouli and a number of ministers travelled to Abu Dhabi on Saturday for launching the initiative that aims at supporting and enhancing industrial integration between the three countries and serving their development goals, a statement by the Egyptian Cabinet read on Saturday.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al Sisi sent a cable to King Abdullah II Bin Al Hussein of Jordan to congratulate him on the occasion of Independence Day.
Madbouli said that the leaders of the three countries are keen to push forward the tripartite cooperation to achieve integration in various sectors, for the benefit of the peoples of those countries.
The Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has expressed its ‘deepest condolences’ and ‘sincere sympathy’ to Egypt for the martyrdom and injury of a number of Egyptian forces during the pursuit of terrorists in North Sinai.
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.