He met with Commander-in-chief of the National Libyan Army (LNA) Khalifa Haftar.
“As to our efforts to contain the energy crisis, Egypt has announced, on the sidelines of the Sharm El Sheikh conference, the launch of an international forum to finance green hydrogen projects, as the fuel of the future. This is, in addition to taking steps to turn Egypt into a regional hub for energy trade, by hosting ‘The Eastern Mediterranean Gas Forum’ (EMGF), which contributes to enhancing the stability of the energy market,” added President Sisi. President Abdel Fattah El Sisi- press photo
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry made a phone call Sunday to Chairman of the African Union Commission (AUC) Mousa Faki.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry made a phone call Sunday to his Sudanese counterpart Ali al-Sadeq.
The prime minister stipulated that the government would not allow price exaggerations, and attempts to exploit the situation.
Egypt Today monitors the most prominent points of Madbouli's statements during the press conference.
President Sisi said that although the whole world, including Egypt, is going through a global crisis when it comes to energy, supply chains, prices, and market stability, he assured that the situation in Egypt is good for months to come.
Egypt praised efforts exerted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its keenness to implement the Riyadh Agreement, according to a Wednesday statement issued by Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Egypt's Ministry of Supply and Internal Trade affirmed, Wednesday, the availability of all food commodities at markets, affirming that there is no need to panic regarding goods amid the crises of Coronavirus (Covid-19).
A mob loyal to Shi’ite groups Hezbollah and Amal attacked and destroyed a protest camp set up by anti-government demonstrators in central Beirut.
President Sisi also expressed his country’s keenness that Libya can restore legitimacy in a way meets the aspirations of Libyan people towards safe and dignified life, Radi added.
With MENA region facing pressing development challenges, water crises& energy shortages, Revolve Water is taking its annual AMWAJ summit to Barcelona in October
With Egypt’s location so close to many of the locations that often receive aid from countries all around the world, it is important to understand different effects they have.
Sting blasts leaders as 'cowards' over migration crisis.
For several decades, the resource-poor economy of the tiny Arab kingdom has relied heavily on international aid and the kindness of its traditional allies.
The humanitarian crisis in Syria is worse this year than ever before in the country’s seven-year-old civil war, a United Nations official said on Friday.
France could increase its military presence to help a U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State in Syria.
On March 22, Qatar announced it had designated 28 people and entities as “terrorists”, a move deemed "too late".
The New York Times shed light on one of the most mysterious hunting trips in the world, which included members of Qatar’s ruling Al Thani family.
Turkey’s military and its rebel allies have besieged the northern Syrian town of Afrin and were nearing its town center, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday.