CAIRO, Oct. 17 (SEE)- The foreign visits of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi come in accordance with a precise plan aimed at strengthening Egypt’s relationship with foreign countries in general, and superpowers in particular.
The Egyptian progress on the international scene is an outcome of the country’s awareness of global challenges, hence Egypt offers a clear vision and feasible solutions to the crises that hit the region.
President Sisi succeeded in liberating the Egyptian decision making through building balanced relations with global powers. The President also brought Egypt back to its African continent and strengthened relations with the Arab world particularly Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The president’s visit to Russia comes at a historical moment. There are various issues in the Arab region that call for coordination between Egypt, which is an important player in the region and Russia, which ended single polarity since the end of the Cold War.
Talks held on Wednesday between Sisi and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin reflected equal views regarding several regional issues. Both leaders agreed to the importance of reaching peaceful resolutions to the crises in the Arab and Middle Eastern regions.
They also stressed keenness on expanding bilateral cooperation in the economic, industrial, educational and cultural domains.