The Egyptian Embassy in Ethiopia and Permanent Commission to the African Union (AU) organized the seventh and last panel discussion on the aimed for goals of the upcoming COP27 to be held in Sharm El Sheikh on November 6-18.
The Foreign Ministry said the panel discussion comes as a part of a series of events organized by the Egyptian Embassy in Ethiopia, in cooperation with the African Union, in light of Egypt's preparations for hosting the UN COP27 Summit.
Egypt is on the right track for achieving development, said AU Commissioner for Trade and Industry Albert Muchanga on Wednesday.
As the world is marking on Wednesday the 2022 Africa Day with its theme centered around the importance of addressing malnutrition and food insecurity, Egypt has pledged to continue cooperation with African people to achieve insecurity and resolve decades-long disputes.
The terror attack was launched Saturday against a water lifting plant on the eastern bank of the Suez Canal in Sinai, killing 11 military men and injuring five.
Spokesperson of the Egyptian Presidency Bassam Rady revealed to press Tuesday the topics President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi will focus on in his speech Thursday.
The minister asserted in his speech that Egypt is keen on voicing the concerns and aspirations of the African continent during COP 27 it is hosting in Sharm El Sheikh in November.
Those were participating in the eighth High-level Political Forum 2021 (HLPF 2021) of the African Union Peace and Security Council (PSC).
He called on countries that have experiences in countering terrorism, such as Egypt and Algeria, to share their experience so that other member states will benefit from them.
Equally, other activities pertinent to conflicts on the continent took place.
AU Chair and President of the Democratic Republic of Congo Felix Tshisekedi condemned in a message the use of force in that conflict.
They met on the sidelines of summit meetings taking place within the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) held in Glasgow.
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs for African Affairs Hamdy Loza attended Tuesday the second meeting of the foreign ministers of the African Union (AU) and European Union (EU) member states.
That is ahead of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) meeting on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) crisis taking place on June 8.
The projects led by Egypt on the AU-level include electricity linkage among African countries, and the Vic-Med Project.
The minister added that Egypt heading to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is not ruled out.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry received a phone call from Croatian counterpart Gordan Grlic-Radman Monday.
The message conveys the status quo of negotiations on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) and the Egyptian stance on the issue.
The African continent is among the regions hardest hit by climate change despite the fact that it is the lowest source of GHG emissions, Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said Tuesday.
African Union High Representative for Silencing the Guns Ramtane Lamamra made the statement Tuesday in Aswan Forum for Sustainable Peace and Development.