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PM Praises Sisi's Speech at Jeddah Summit for Security and Development

Wed 20 Jul 2022 | 09:00 PM
NaDa Mustafa

Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouly chaired on Wednesday the cabinet weekly meeting, at the New Alameen city, to discuss a number of important issues. 

At the outset of the meeting, PM congratulated President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, the armed forces and Egyptian people on the 70th anniversary of 23rd July anniversary.

During his speech, the PM pointed out that the past days witnessed a number of very important events that were honored by the presence of President El-Sisi, most notably "Jeddah Summit for Security and Development", hosted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).

In this regard, Madbouly praised the important speech delivered by the President during the summit, which had recieved positive feedbacks at various global and local levels, noting that Sisi's speech addressed a number of  global challenges and crises facing the region, resulting from the repercussions of the Corona pandemic crisis and the current Russian-Ukrainian crisis.

It is worth mentioing that, President Sisi returned home after participating in the Jeddah Summit in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Sisi headed the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to participate in the “Jeddah Summit”, which brought together the leaders of Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, the Gulf Cooperation Council countries and the United States of America.

Official Presidential spokesperson Bassam Rady said that the president’s participation in the Jeddah summit comes within the framework of Egypt’s keenness to develop partnership between the Arab countries and the United States of America in a way that meets the aspirations and interests of current and future generations of the peoples of the region, and enhances joint efforts to confront regional and global challenges, in addition to consultation and coordination on efforts to maintain regional and international security and stability, as well as strengthening and developing distinguished historical relations with all participating countries.