President Sisi and the Prime Minister of Armenia review bilateral cooperation in various fields.. video

Today, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi received at the Federal Palace the Prime Minister of Armenia, Nikol Pashinyan, who is on a two-day visit to Egypt.

The official spokesman for the Presidency of the Republic stated that the discussions between President Sisi and the Prime Minister of Armenia dealt with ways to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries, as both sides praised the historical relations that bind the Egyptian and Armenian peoples, and stressed their satisfaction with the level of joint coordination.

Bilateral cooperation and the prospects for expanding it in various fields were also reviewed, in a way that lives up to the aspirations of the two friendly peoples.

The Prime Minister of Armenia appreciated Egypt’s balanced position on the conflict, adding: “We formulated and presented the peace crossroads as an initiative to revive and implement what could change the situation in the entire region, and thus we build effective joint cooperation by linking the north, south, west and east.”

On the other hand, the Prime Minister of Armenia expressed his country’s regret over the worsening situation in the Gaza Strip and the occurrence of tens of thousands of innocent victims, stressing that “we witnessed for ourselves an attack on peaceful civilians and civilian infrastructure, and we are intensifying our efforts with calls and appeals to the international community for a ceasefire,” stressing his country’s support for a solution. “The two states”


The Prime Minister of Armenia praised Egypt’s efforts to bring in aid, receive wounded Palestinians, and evacuate foreigners. He said that given Armenia’s need for advice from the Egyptian side, the delivery of humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip was discussed in light of some logistical problems. He thanked President Sisi for his initiative and willingness to help.

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