Abdel Dayem will also represent Egypt during the celebration of the centenary of the founding of the kingdom, which is held under the patronage of King Abdullah II.
Egypt will export natural gas to Lebanon in the coming weeks, Minister of Petroleum Tarek el-Mulla said in a Tuesday press conference.
It is scheduled that both Prime Ministers will make an inspection tour of a number of projects in the new administrative city.
The Royal Hashemite Court announced on September 27, 2020, that Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II tested positive for COVID-19.
The meeting aimed to push forward cooperation between the three countries and their consultation on issues of common interest.
The one-week visit will include discussions topics related to media and tourism between both countries, besides other topics in several fields of mutual concern.
"Egypt is working to speed up coordination for delivering the Egyptian natural gas to Lebanon through Jordan and Syria,” said Tarek El Molla.
Shoukry also affirmed that settlement activities in all of the occupied Palestinian territories should be stopped.
The meeting aimed to discuss the latest developments in the Palestinian cause and the efforts made during the past period to work on re-engagement in the peace process.
Both ministers discussed the most prominent Arab issues in preparation for the foreign ministerial meeting of the Arab League due to convene in Cairo today.
The final statement of the Egyption- Jordanian- Palestinian summit held, Tuesday in Cairo affirmed the importance of the Palestinian cause to the Arab region.
Al-Ali stressed, during a meeting held by the Egyptian Minister of Industry, Nevine Gamea, Thursday, the importance of strengthening the role of the private sector in the two countries as an essential partner for the development of joint economic relations, especially in the fields of industry and trade.
The evening comes as part of the “Cultural Relations” series held under the auspices of Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem.
Egypt’s Foreign Affairs Minister Sameh Shoukry will receive, Monday his Jordanian counterpart Ayman al-Safadi, in Cairo.
On July 20, many important events took place.
The Baghdad summit on Sunday by the leaders of Iraq, Egypt, and Jordan and the inception of the “New Levant” project and the new outlook it promises in the region has garnered support from the U.S.
All of Egypt’s foreign action has the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on top of its priorities because it is a matter of national security, presidential spokesperson Bassam Rady told CBC on Sunday.
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s Sunday visit to Iraq, the first Egyptian presidential visit in 30 years, marked the beginning of a major partnership that may change the face of the region in the coming years.
The summit comes within the framework of the fourth round of talks to strengthen the tripartite cooperation mechanism that was launched in Cairo in March 2019.
Egyptian hip hop artists Felukah and Palestinian-Jordanian The Synaptik have collaborated to make two singles commissioned by the London based Shubbak Festival, which is dedicated to Arab culture and art, and Arab Marsm, a London-based event producer.