President Sisi expressed Egypt's keenness to support the role of the judiciary in African societies, within the framework of the sovereignty of constitutional legitimacy and in a way that achieves a balance between the rights and freedoms of citizens, and the public authorities' exercise of their functions, Rady added.
Swiss Envoy for the Middle East and North Africa Wolfgang Bruelhart displayed Monday his country's strategic priorities on the region in 2021-2024.
The diplomat clarified that Egypt's initiatives stem from respecting the principle of the states' national ownership of anti-terror programs.
The event is hosted by Egypt in the New Administrative Capital on December 8-10.
The minister participated Monday in the sixth Regional Forum of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfC) and the third European Union-Southern Neighborhood Ministerial Meeting.
Prince Charles valued the efforts deployed by Egypt over the past years on the level of countering extremist ideas and combating terror.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received his Tanzanian counterpart Samia Hassan Wednesday in Al Itihadiyah presidential palace holding an official ceremony.
The Ministry of Endowments held Sunday a ceremony to celebrate the anniversary of the birth of Prophet Mohamed known as Mawled Nabawi.
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry launched on Monday the national report on combating terrorism for 2021 to review the state’s efforts and comprehensive approach to face the extremist ideology and terror.
According to the minister's statements on Sunday, the extremist affiliations of railway workers are determined by the National Security Agency.
They discussed the Palestinian Cause, counterterrorism, Libya, the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, and bilateral relations.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received Wednesday President of the World Jewish Congress Ronald Lauder in Cairo.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi met Director of the French General Directorate for External Security (DGSE) Bernard Emie Wednesday in Cairo's Itihadiyah Presidential Palace.
The assaults took place Sunday by 100 militants who were riding motorbikes.
Madbouli showcased that many terrorist groups used social media to propagate their discourse.
Egypt's Minister of Foreign affairs Sameh Shokry received Tuesday a video call from his Afghan counterpart.
Sisi affirmed that noble religious values have nothing to do with extremist acts and expressed rejection that any religion is stained with terrorism charges.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli delivered Sunday a speech at the House of Representative.
Muslims should not bear the brunt of the actions of a deviated group, Sisi said.
Saudi Arabia on Saturday affirmed its support to Egypt in “its right to defend its borders and people against acts of extremism and terrorist militias and their supporters” in Libya.