“Over a phone call, the two sides exchanged congratulations over the new Gregorian Year, praying to Allah Almighty for further progress, stability, and security for the two countries and their peoples,” the statement read.
During her meeting with Omani Trade and Industry Minister Qais bin Mohammed Al Yousef via video conference, Gamea discussed ways of boosting trade, industrial and investment cooperation between the two countries.
Shoukry said that the celebration reflects the distinguished cooperation between Egypt and UNICEF that lasted for decades to support national efforts related to the promotion of children’s rights.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry is heading for Cyprus this evening to discuss the bilateral relations, at the invitation of his Cypriot counterpart, Nikos Christodoulides
The Cypriot Minister invited Minister Shoukry to visit Cyprus during the coming period.
He asserted the importance of activating a nutrition-related action to make an ambitious change in this regard.
Ambassador Hong stressed the importance of the best government-to-government cooperation of all time which is recently extending even to health, e-government and defense industry far beyond trade and investment.
Ambassador Hossam El-Din Reda highlighted the great importance that Egypt attaches to relations with Djibouti.
Egyptian Prime Minister directed the government to study the Albanian side's proposal and to develop a clear vision for it in the near future.
Both sides will sign a number of memoranda of understanding and cooperation protocols in cultural fields.
This tripartite mechanism is open as it could be integrated with the tripartite relationship between Jordan, Cyprus, and Greece.
The World Bank’s officials affirm the bank’s keenness on supporting Egypt’s efforts in the health sectors and applaud the structural reforms that the government implements.
“Egypt will not establish any kind of refugee camps on its lands,” Shoukry said.
Both Ministers will hold political consultations to discuss means to enhance bilateral cooperation in light of the close and diverse ties binding the two friendly countries.
The Ministers will discuss the further development of bilateral cooperation in the political, trade, economic, cultural, humanitarian and other spheres.
Minister Al- Mashat meets the new German Ambassador to Egypt to discusses areas of cooperation.
He met with his counterparts of different countries including Albania, Sweden, and Cyprus, besides the Secretary-General of the Union for the Mediterranean and President of the Libyan Presidential Council.
Both Ministers will hold a session of talks at the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, downtown Cairo, the statement said. The meeting will be followed by a press conference.
It is expected that Halbousi will sign an agreement with the Egyptian side to exchange experiences and hold training courses, the newspaper added.
A joint press conference will be held, the statement said.