President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received on Monday Eritrean counterpart Isaias Afwerki at Itihadiyah Presidential Palace.
Titled “The Nile is our Life”, the video was also released in Arabic, English, French, German, Chinese, Russian, and Italian.
The three countries agreed to resolve the outstanding problems regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) via dialogue.
The polls were postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19, leaving Ethiopia in a constitutional limbo.
On May 25, the African countries celebrate the day which marks the anniversary of founding the first joint African organization, namely the Organization of African Unity
Wang was responding to a question by MENA correspondent in Beijing about China's ways to support African states' efforts to counter the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Chairperson of the African Union (AU) Commission Moussa Faki has welcomed the recent developments related to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
“The pandemic has acted as a catalyst for innovation across the region, it has pushed us and tested us, and instilled faith in our selves that reforms are possible, and with this we can reset Africa said H.E. Dr. Rania Al Mashat, Minister of International
“These are not just numbers. Every single case is a mother, a father, a son, a daughter, a brother, sister or friend,” he said.
The African Affairs Committee at the House of Representatives will discuss on Sunday presidential decree no.145/2020 on the approval of the revised treaty.
"The window of opportunity to surge medical and humanitarian equipment into Africa to curb the pandemic is closing fast," said Amer Daoudi, WFP’s COVID-19 Response Director.
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.
A new report from the UN Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) says that the continent of around 1.3 billion people could see as many as 300,000 deaths from the coronavirus in the best-case scenario.
Egypt has affirmed the importance of taking an urgent action to boost Africa's food security in order to withstand the impact of the novel coronavirus outbreak on the African continent.
Overcrowded slums with no access to water coupled with fragile health-care systems make Africa especially vulnerable to the disease.
The ministers tackled the ways of the establishment of a fund to provide the necessary resources to support combating the COVID-19 in the continent.
North Sinai Governor Mohamed Shousha announced on Tuesday that construction of the largest desalination plant in Africa and the Middle East has started.
The Muslim World League expressed its strong condemnation and denunciation of terrorist attacks in Nigeria and Chad.
Mauritania's Minister of Health Nazir Ould Hamid confirmed the first case of novel coronavirus in the country.
The Arab League (AL) General Secretariat has stressed the importance of the role of the media in promoting relations between Arab and African peoples.