President Abdel Fattah El Sisi took part on Sunday in a virtual donors’ conference co-hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron and the United Nations, with the aim of obtaining aid for Beirut.
Macron, in this regard, praised Egypt’s continuous efforts to enforce security and stability in Libya, within the framework of the Cairo Declaration announced by Sisi in June, as an extension for the outcome of the Berlin Conference in Libya.
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi discussed, Friday the Libyan latest developments with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron, along with Cairo Declaration that was announced on June 6.
France has been hit by one of the worst coronavirus outbreaks, as it has reported a total of more than 89,000 cases and over 7,500 deaths.
President Sisi highlighted Egypt’s unchangeable stance that seeks restoring security and stability in Libya, backing counter-terrorism efforts and thwart the activities of armed militias, presidential spokesman Bassam Radi said in a statement.
French police arrested 30 protesters participating in the rallies that were called for by the yellow vest movement and fired tear gas to disperse them.
President Donald Trump said he had held a "great meeting" with Sisi.
The two leaders have agreed on the importance of consolidating joint efforts to settle the Libyan conflict.
French "yellow vest" demonstrators began their 19th consecutive weekend of protests against President Emmanuel Macron's government on Saturday.
The French president invited President Sisi to attend the summit of the 45th Group of Seven (G7) Summit set to be hosted by France this year.
the Italian foreign ministry had no immediate comment about the French decision, which a diplomatic source said was unprecedented since 1945.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron started on Monday the Egyptian-French summit talks
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi and his wife will receive Monday French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife
A French delegation arrived in Cairo on Wednesday ahead of President Emmanuel Macron's anticipated arrival in the coming days.
The death toll linked to France's anti-government "yellow vest" protests has risen to nine.
“It’s a catastrophe for trade. It’s a catastrophe for our economy,” said the French Minister of Economy and Finance.
Police firing tear gas and water cannons clashed in Paris on Saturday with thousands of protesters angry over rising car fuel costs.
Macron on Sunday urged a Franco-German push to make Europe a stronger and more confident global player that could prevent "chaos" on the world stage.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi headed Monday to the Italian city of Palermo to participate in a two-day summit on the Libyan crisis.
French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted on Nov.10 revealing the files he discussed with his American counterpart.