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.
Both Ministers would discuss the bilateral ties and the international and regional issues of mutual concern.
The statement did not mention in which field the MOU would be signed.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry and his Jordanian and Iraqi counterparts, Ayman Safadi and Fouad Hussein, respectively, would discuss ways of completing the agreements signed by the leaders of the three countries in Amman last August.
It is expected that high-ranking Libyan figures will participate in the inter-Libyan but there is no final date has been set so far, the sources added.
Ján Kubiš will also hold a meeting with Secretary-General of the Arab League Ahmed Aboul Gheit to discuss the latest developments in the region, especially the situation in Lebanon.
Minister of Defense Lieutenant General Mohamed Zaki affirmed that Egypt will remain safe as long as the sons of nations sacrifice themselves to protect it.
Both ministers will hold a press conference afternoon,.
Egypt referred this issue to the UN to avoid any escalation that could be caused by unilateral actions, said Sameh Shoukry at the UNSC meeting on the GERD.
El Wazir also reviewed a plan to develop social buildings, stadiums and halls, besides a plan to promote green spaces and gardens in the club.
The foreign ministers of Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan issued a joint statement on Tuesday announcing they would convene in Washington on January 13.