Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi said on Wednesday that he will continue consultations and coordination with Saudi Arabia on various regional issues and ways to address the challenges facing the Arab and Islamic nations to achieve the interests of their peoples.
Egyptian Presidential Spokesman Bassam Radhi said in a statement that this came during the meeting between President Al-Sisi and the Minister of State for African Affairs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ahmad Al-Qattan.
? ? ? Al-Sisi stressed during the meeting his country’s keenness to strengthen the various frameworks of bilateral cooperation between the two countries, stressing the deep-rooted Egyptian-Saudi relations.
For his part, Al-Qattan pointed to the historical relations between the two countries and the two brotherly peoples.
He expressed the Kingdom’s keenness to further develop the horizons of cooperation between the two countries in various fields, thus contributing to strengthening solidarity and promoting joint Arab action and confronting the various challenges facing the region.
Source: Kuwait News Agency