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President Sisi Honors Kuwaiti Amir with Egypt's Highest Medal

Tue 30 Apr 2024 | 10:11 PM

On Tuesday, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi bestowed the prestigious Order of the Nile, Egypt’s highest honor, on Kuwait’s Amir, Sheikh Mishal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah. This event marked a significant occasion as it took place during the Amir's first official visit to Egypt since his ascension to power in December of the previous year.

The formal reception for the Kuwaiti Amir was held at Egypt’s Al-Ittihadiya Palace, featuring a 21-gun salute and the anthems of both nations, underscoring the significance of this visit. Sheikh Mishal's trip highlights the historical and evolving partnership between the two countries, characterized by extensive cooperation across multiple sectors including political, economic, military, cultural, educational, and judicial fields, among others.

The visit also serves to underline the ongoing and deep-rooted connections between the people of both nations, reinforced by one of the largest Egyptian expatriate communities residing in Kuwait. This community plays a crucial role in the socio-cultural exchanges that further bind the two countries.