The World Food Program (WFP) is assisting with food more than 100,000 Afghan families in western Farah province, Pajhwok reported Tuesday.
The forum was launched in February by President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.
Reuters reported that at least 25 people were killed and more than 50 others were injured after gunmen attacked the hospitals following two blasts that took place there.
Egypt strongly condemned on Wednesday the attack that targeted a military hospital in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Tuesday.
Egypt condemned on Friday the terrorist attack that targeted a mosque in Afghanistan's Kunduz province, leaving scores of worshippers dead and injured.
Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said that Egypt has committed itself for negotiations to solve the tension over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) over the past ten years and still seeking a peaceful resolution to solve this issue based on the international law and the best practice.
In a statement issued by Al-Azhar institution, Al-Azhar Grand Imam Ahmed Al-Tayeb condemned the attacks and offered his condolences to Afghanistan people for the victims.
Egypt has strongly condemned the two bombing attacks outside Kabul airport in Afghanistan, which left dozens of Afghans and US troops dead and wounded Thursday.
One of the returnees told the Egyptian T.V. that they found a great deal of obstacles in Kabul airport, and they learned that a person without a strong country behind his back would be lost.
"As is always the case, the IMF is guided by the views of the international community," a spokesperson for the lender said in a statement Wednesday.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received Sunday in Al Itihadiyah Palace Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Williams Burns.
World War I saw the collapse of huge empires, including the Russian Empire of Tsar Nicholas II.
The bombing carried out Saturday by Taliban, according to official statements, resulted in 58 deaths and 150 injuries.
Egypt condemned on Saturday the terror attack that targeted Pul-e-Alam city in Afghanistan near the capital incurring dozens of casualties.
Egypt has strongly condemned an attack that targeted a UN convoy near Kabul, leaving five Afghan security members dead.
Egypt's Minister of Foreign affairs Sameh Shokry received Tuesday a video call from his Afghan counterpart.
Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign affairs condemned, Thursday a terror attack targeting the Afghan vice president's convoy in Afghanistan’s capital which left many innocent people killed and injured.
The two attacks caused the death of dozens of people including mothers and newborn babies.
A group of armed men, believed to be affiliated with the Taliban group, opened fire on a group of civilian workers of the US-run Bagram airfield.
It was not immediately clear how many attackers there were or who they were. It was not known if there were any casualties.