Egypt extended Sunday condolences to the United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Iran, and the United States.
The meeting also tackled the Turkish measures regarding the construction of dams on the banks of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, which caused water stress in the downstream countries of Iraq and Syria.
That was during a meeting with Egypt's minister of foreign affairs.
The minister had delivered messages from the president to the chiefs of state of Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore.
The minister is in a visit to Islamabad.
Shourky arrived in Pakistan on Sunday morning and was received by Sheikh Tahir Ashrafi Advisor to the Pakistani Prime Minister on Religious Harmony and the Middle East.
The Pakistani Ambassador to Cairo Sajid Bilal held a press conference Wednesday on the occasion of his country’s hosting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) summit on March 23 in Islamabad.
In a press statement, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry underscored the country’s solidarity with the Pakistani people and government over this tragedy.
The earthquake killed 15 people and injured more than 150 others.
Egypt wishes a speedy recovery to the wounded, expressing solidarity with the people and government of Pakistan in this tragic incident.
The Egyptian Armed Forces released Sunday updates on the Egyptian-Pakistani exercises dubbed "Sky Guardians 1."
Egyptian-Pakistani air exercises dubbed "Sky Guardians 1" began Wednesday in Egypt and will last for several days.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry received Saturday a phone call from Pakistani counterpart Shah Qureshi who expressed appreciation and support.
On April 28 at 9 p.m., the Supreme Council of Culture, in cooperation with the Foreign Cultural Relations Sector, will highlight the Pakistani culture in an evening celebrating the cultural traditions of the month of Ramadan in Pakistan.
The fourth Ramadan message was sent today by Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Sajid Bilal, who wished for peace and love to prevail among the people of Egypt.
The ninth round of political consultations between Egypt and Pakistan was held in Cairo on Wednesday.
The meeting took place in Islamabad, where the two sides agreed to strengthen bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi stated that Pakistan and Egypt enjoy long-standing historical relations, and that his country seeks to enhance relations with Egypt.
Qureshi arrived in Cairo on Tuesday on a two-day official visit for talks on boosting cooperation.
The meeting tackled means of boosting bilateral relations as well as a number of other issues of mutual concern.