Minister Shoukry stressed during the event the importance of addressing the issue of loss and damage, which has become a recurring phenomenon around the world and is manifested in several forms such as severe weather events that result in great human and material losses and damages.
The Foreign Minister reviewed the Egyptian efforts to consolidate the truce reached by the Yemeni parties last April.
Both ministers expressed their appreciation for enhancing the bilateral relations recently such as holding the joint committee on trade in July 2022 and the increase in the volume of trade exchange, said Egyptian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Ahmed Abu Zeid in a statement.
The meeting with the Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs focused on bilateral relations, said the Egyptian Foreign Ministry in a statement.
The meeting focused on a number of issues pertinent to bilateral cooperation as well as regional and international issues of mutual interest, said presidential Spokesperson Bassam Rady in a statement.
In a meeting during which he followed up on the state’s strategy for new and sustainable energy, as well as generating power for national development projects.
The first meeting of the Egyptian National Dialogue Board of Trustees will convene in the National Training Academy at 1:00 pm of Cairo time.
The Spokesman noted that the meeting discussed ways to foster closer bilateral relations at various levels, particularly at the economic level. The meeting also tackled increasing Emirati investments in several fields in Egypt, mainly in the sectors of energy, transport, ports and tourism.
Both Ministers will hold a session of discussion at the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in downtown Cairo at 11:00 am, the statement said.
During the meeting, Shoukry will review Egypt's vision of various aspects of international climate action and what should be focused on, Hafez said.
The President gave directives, in the same context, to complete the following stages of the strategic silos project to increase its capacity and storage.
President El-Sisi also highlighted the importance of increasing allocations to enhance the state’s sectors and develop practical solutions to various challenges and problems.
The Ministers will discuss the further development of bilateral cooperation in the political, trade, economic, cultural, humanitarian and other spheres.
Africa suffers from severe consequences of climate change, especially the consequences that relate to water scarcity, drought, land desertification and the threat to food security, said President Sisi.
Egypt's Foreign Minister noted that the unfairness of distribution made the pandemic be prolonged, calling for continuing the financial support to the International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC).
The meeting was attended by Tarek Shawki, the Minister of Education and Technical Education who also moderated the discussions, Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research and Nevine El-Kabbag, Minister of Social Solidarity and the Secretary General of the Committee Hany Helal the former Minister of Higher Education.
New Libyan Prime Minister Abdel Hamid Dbeibeh appreciated Egypt's support for Libyan institutions in combating terrorism and extremist groups.
Fotiou pointed out the great importance of the cooperation of Cyprus, Greece and Egypt as well as of the wider cooperation in the region, which as he said “is as a pillar of stability, peace and prosperity in the Southeastern Mediterranean”.
Charing a joint meeting gathering Egyptian and Jordanian delegations in Cairo, Madbouli said Cairo is looking forward to holding a meeting of the joint committee with Amman, previously delayed due to the circumstances of coronavirus pandemic and the ministerial reshuffle in Jordan.
They tackled the Libyan crisis and the latest developments in the Eastern Mediterranean.