The Egyptian and Djiboutian presidents talk about bilateral relations. regional issues

CAIRO – Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and his Djiboutian counterpart, Ismail Omar Guelleh, met in Cairo to discuss bilateral relations and regional issues of common interest.

Sisi said Guelleh’s visit represents a continuation of communication and coordination between the two nations at different bilateral and regional levels, as well as a follow-up to the results of their consultations during Sissi’s visit to Djibouti in May 2021. , according to reports.

“This opening emphasizes the long-standing strategic partnerships that bind our two countries at all levels,” said the Egyptian president, saying that bilateral relations had seen considerable progress in both political and economic spheres in the country. recent years.

He noted that the negotiations were marked by openness and transparency, which represents the agreement of the two countries on many bilateral and regional issues.

“We discussed all aspects of the ongoing cooperation between the two countries, particularly at the economic, trade and investment levels, as well as ways to take them forward in a manner commensurate with our relationship. distinguished politicians,” he said.

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