Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi has arrived to Saudi Arabia to participate in the 32nd session of the Arab League in Jeddah.
South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir and his Chadian counterpart, Idriss Déby, will join a summit soon in Egypt with the aim of resolving the Sudanese crisis, South Sudanese president's security advisor Tut Gatluak said.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Sisi called for adopting development mechanisms to reduce the debt burden in a way that eases this burden for the African nations through writing off or swapping external debts, or easy repayment.
“The US-Africa Business Forum is about connections and our shared future. Today, I announced over $15 billion in two-way trade and investment commitments, deals, and partnerships to advance shared priorities,” Biden took to Twitter, adding “Africa’s prosperity is essential to a better future for all of us.”
President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi attended a dinner for African leaders participating in the US-African summit in Washington, which was held by US President Joe Biden, Youm7 reported on Wednesday.
A number of 49 African heads of state were invited to summit, which the parliamentarians saw as a step towards building more partnerships, and supporting the development paths in the African continent.
Aboul Gheit said the visit of President Xi Jinping of the People's Republic of China to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia upon a generous invitation from Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and holding the summit is a historic event that reflects the weight of the Arab region.
Assistant Secretary-General at the Arab League Khalil al-Thawad announced during the opening session of the third session of the China-Arab Forum for Reform and Development in September that the first Arab-Chinese Summit would be held in December, SPA reported.
This comes in preparation for a five-way summit that is reportedly scheduled to be held between the leaders of the five countries later today.
The summit is also set to tackle issues about the regional and international arenas, Rady continued.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi held Sunday a trilateral meeting in Sharm El Sheikh with King Abdullah II of Jordan and King Hamad Bin Eissa Al Khalifa of Bahrain.
During the summit, Egypt is scheduled to receive the presidency of the COMESA.
It is scheduled that Iraq will hold a summit of neighboring countries in late August.
Madbouli participated in the session on behalf of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, it added.
Prior to the Tripartite Cooperation Mechanism Summit held in Nicosia on Wednesday, President Sisi held a meeting with Greek Prime Minister.
Sisi stressed the importance of the role of economic and regional unions in Africa in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, through allocating resources to implement relevant projects, within the framework of the private sector’s social responsibility.
President Sisi will participate in the AU Peace and Security Council meeting on Libya, the meeting of African mechanism for Western Sahara, and the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM)’s Forum of Heads of State and Government.
It was agreed last month that the three foreign ministers will hold a tripartite meeting early November in Amman, in preparation for holding a tripartite summit between the three countries' leaders.
“The 7th TICAD Summit is an important turning point in promoting cooperation between the African Union and Japan,” said President Sisi.
Both leaders tackled the latest developments in the African continent, counter-terrorism efforts, trade issues, and infrastructure development.