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.