That is within the activities of the 4th edition of the presidential initiative Reviving the Roots (NOSTOS).
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received Tuesday a delegation of Greek and Cypriot youths of Egyptian origin within the "Reviving Roots" presidential initiative.
Chief of Staff Mohamed Farid has been to Greece for several days as he held meetings with his Greek counterpart, and defense minister.
On July 4, many important events took place.
Egyptian Minister of Immigration Nabila Makram announced the program of visits to the fourth edition of the ‘Nostos -The Return’ initiative.
Archaeologists conducting excavations at a prehistoric settlement northern Greece, called Dikili Tash, have completed the analysis of wine samples that date back to 4200 BC.
The ministers of electricity, petroleum and environment and Assistant Foreign Minister for European Affairs Badr Abdel Aati attended thesession, alongside Greek Minister of Environment, Energy and Climate Change Kostas Skrekas and a host of senior officials from both countries.
On June 21, many important events took place.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli met with Greek counterpart Kyriakos Mitsotakis Monday in Cairo.
President Sisi asserted Egypt’s fixed stance on the sovereignty of Eastern Mediterranean countries over national water.
The minister is heading a high-profile delegation in a several-day visit.
They also tackled the endeavors made to accomplish pacification.
Celebrating the third anniversary of the initiative in Nicosia, Makram hailed the Cypriot and Greek communities who supported Egypt in its dispute with Ethiopia's GERD, the Emigration Ministry said in a statement.
The Greek prime minister affirmed his country's rejection of the Libyan-Turkish MoU signed in December 2019.
We underlined the need for effective implementation of the Ceasefire Agreement, respect of the UN arms embargo and full withdrawal of all foreign forces and mercenaries from the country
The summit will be held under the name "Friendship Forum."
The bilateral meeting comes within the framework of preparations for a meeting hosted by the Greek Foreign Minister tomorrow with the participation of Minister Shoukry and the Ministers of a number of Arab and European countries.
The MoU stipulates a strategic partnership contract between the two sides in the field of maritime transport through the establishment of a joint subsidiary company that facilitates international trade, export and import operations of goods.
On February 2, many important events that changed the world map took place.
Egypt's frigate Taba and Greece's warship HS HYDRA F-452 participated in the exercise.