President Abdul Fattah Al Sisi underlined on Tuesday 27/11/2018 the depth of relations between Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
At a meeting with visiting Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman, the President added that stability and security of Saudi Arabia is an inseparable part of the Egyptian national security, according to Presidential Spokesman Ambassador Bassam Radi.
The President confirmed keenness on enhancing coordination and cooperation with Saudi Arabia at the highest level to stand up to challenges in the Middle East, added the spokesman.
The crown prince Mohamed Bin Salman was in a visit to Egypt for 2 days in his third visits through his arabic tour that started with Bahrin kingdom and AUE ,Egypt and Tunis his last station.
Egypt received today at evening the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the head of a high-level delegation and in the forefront of his reception President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi and several ministers.
Egypt is the third station for Crown Prince's visits in the region, which included Bahrain and the UAE, before the Crown Prince ahead to the G20 summit in Argentina where he will participate from December 30 to January 1.
H.E. President Al-Sisi held a joint session with the Crown Prince in which they discussed the latest developments in the region and the distinguished Egyptian-Saudi relations. These relations have witnessed great expansion and historical depth linking the two nations over the years.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, whose investments in Egypt amount to 27 billion dollars, depends on Egypt in the form of the major country interests such as the political, strategic and economic capabilities that enhance international cooperation.
Reported by / Abeer Almadawy
Egypt is one of the biggest countries in Africa contenint and as it will take the presidency of the African union 2019,from this consideration Egypt was invited to share The G20 Summit 2018 in Argentina which will be for 2 days in between 30 Nov. -1Dec.
President Abdul Fattah AlSisi received an invitation for attendance to share in the G20 summit 2018 as Egypt representing a country in the development way and has strong ties with all of the countries in the summit.Actually it was not the first time but it is noticeable that Egypt and president AlSisi during the last three years he was invited and represented Egypt by introducing Egypt's view in number of The international affairs.
The G20 summit considers to Egypt as a chance to open to other world's biggest countries and an important window to join other partnership with who has the same hopes of development and faces certain international issues effect on their countries condition in different fields.Also the sharing is important because it will give Egypt more enhancement for its economic development as it will share its vision for the steps it took towards the stability in different fields by its efforts of creating strong economic.
G20 summit will be held 30 November -1 December 2018 in Argentina Buenos Aires ,the summit is the 13th meeting of Group of Twenty (G20).it is consider the first G20 summit to be hosted in South America.
source/Wikipedia -Egyptian agency
Reported by|Abeer Almadawy
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi heads to Italy-Palermo for sharing the summit of world leaders concerned with the Libyan crisis, that he was invited for it by the Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte.
The summit aims to find new roadmap for the Libyan file and get out with solutions to deal with current crisis that face the country.
The "Palermo Summit" groups Libya's key political players and a number of global leaders who will convene over two days with the aim of jumpstarting the political process in Libya.
The Summit will be attended by Libyan Parliament Speaker Aqila Salih, President of the Supreme Council of State, Head of the Presidential Council of the National Reconciliation Government Fayez Al-Sarraj, and representatives from Saudi Arabia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Algeria, Tunisia, Qatar, France, Germany, Spain, Morocco, Britain, Canada, Chad, Jordan, Malta, the European Union, the United Nations, the League of Arab States and the African Union.
The Palermo Summit will discuss holding the elections in Libya, unifying the country's executive authority, developing common vision to fight terrorism in the country and supporting the Egyptian efforts aiming to unify the Libyan military establishment.