The statements of Hamduk came during his first TV interview since he took up the post earlier this week with Sudanese 24 channel.
Shams El-Din said that Egypt's external debt has been below the emerging markets average.
How the Muslim Brotherhood are still trying to demean Egypt's economic progress.
China’s policy is “balanced,” Shoukry said.
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South Korean officials said Friday Trump almost immediately agreed to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, without preconditions, by the end of May.
US President Trump's use of the word "shithole" to describe some countries sparked fury and left many media scratching their heads on whether to repeat the slur.
During his fourth year in office, President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi continued his focus on boosting the country’s foreign policy.
North Korea's nuclear and missile tests are aimed at driving wedges among the United States and its regional allies.
Chad exempts Egyptian businessmen from entry visas with the purpose of encouraging the Egyptian investment and attracting the Egyptian investors.
“The intra-Gulf crisis has contributed to increasing Iranian exports of tomatoes, cucumbers and watermelon to Qatar,” former Iran’s ambassador to Jordan.
A Mauritanian parliamentarian has claimed that Qatar provided support to opposition groups in an attempt to arrange a coup in the country.
Since the February 2011 Revolution that overthrew long-time leader Muammar Gaddafi .
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Egypt Today talked to Michael Rubin, a former Pentagon official specializing in the Middle East, about Sisi’s visit to Washington.