Egyptian President Sisi discusses bilateral relations with Greek Prime Minister


CAIRO – February 17, 2022: Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi spoke with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Thursday on the sidelines of his participation in the 6th EU-AU summit.

Presidential Spokesman Ambassador Bassam Radi said President Sisi hailed the distinguished relations between Egypt and Greece as well as the tangible progress in relations between the two countries in all areas as well as the level distinguished political coordination between them on matters of mutual interest.

Sisi expressed his appreciation of Greece’s positions towards Egypt, whether bilaterally or within the framework of the European Union, an issue that reflects the strength of the historical relations binding the two countries, the spokesperson added. word.

The Greek Prime Minister, for his part, affirmed the confidentiality of the historical and close ties that unite the two countries, welcoming the notable progress made in their bilateral relations in recent years.

He also expressed his country’s readiness to continue to deepen its cooperation with Egypt to achieve broader horizons in the various fields, especially in light of Egypt’s leading role in strengthening the mechanism of joint action in the face of the crises and challenges besetting the Mediterranean region, which he saw as a model to be followed in order to maintain stability and advance economic, social and development conditions at the regional level.

The spokesman also added that Sisi’s talks with the Greek Prime Minister focused on ways to strengthen bilateral relations on all fronts as well as a range of regional and international files of mutual interest.

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