President Sisi asserted that Egypt will never spare any effort to help its fellow Arab states protect themselves.
The forum was launched in February by President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.
Intelligence Chief Abbas Kamel went on a Wednesday visit to Ramallah and Tel Aviv as part of Egypt’s continuous efforts to push the peace process forward.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received Sunday in Al Itihadiyah Palace Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Williams Burns.
The Palestinian minister added that since the ceasefire began on May 21, the National Committee for Reconstruction has been determining the damages incurred by the Israeli aggression against Gaza Strip.
They will also discuss the recent developments on Palestinian scene.
The Egyptian ambassador confirmed that his country is looking forward to establishing significant relations with Iraq.
Chief of General Intelligence Abbas Kamel visited Sunday Palestine's Ramallah.
Egypt’s Intelligence Chief Abbas Kamel visited Khartoum Monday where he discussed GERD, wide-scale cooperation and regional developments with top Sudanese officials.
The visit took place on December 27, 2020.
There are suspicions about his death.
Hamidati will discuss bilateral relations and ways of strengthening cooperation between the two countries in various fields, as well as issues of mutual concern
President Sisi assured Egypt’s support to all initiatives that would enhance cooperation between Arab countries in various fields.
They also tackled exchanging information in the counterterrorism realm.
Abbas Kamel made an official visit to South Sudan on Wednesday.
Chief of Iraqi General Military Intelligence Directorate told Sputnik that leader of the Islamic State Baghdady is hiding on the borders between Iraq and Syria.
Algeria’s Ennahar satellite channel announced Friday the sacking of Athmane Tartag, Algeria's intelligence chief.
In its mid-year report, the Cabinet stated the achievements ofthe Egyptian Armed Forces and the police in the realm of countering terrorism and combating crime.
British officials have warned that a no-deal Brexit would be a step back for security cooperation.
The U.S. government is monitoring for possible foreign interference in congressional elections and is prepared to sanction any company or individual.