The Programme will support a structural reform agenda by providing analysis, advice and guidance to inform the design and implementation of policies to help address Egypt’s main economic challenges while moving towards closer alignment with OECD policy standards.
In a joint statement on Monday, the embassies welcomed the publication by Libya’s High National Elections Commission(HNEC) of the recommendation lists required for presidential and parliamentary candidates.
Earlier today, Sudan’s military seized power, dissolving the transitional government hours after troops arrested the acting prime minister and other officials. Thousands of people flooded into the streets to protest the coup that threatens the country’s shaky progress toward democracy.
Egyptian Presidency spokesperson Bassam Rady said that the President expressed Egypt’s aspiration to develop future cooperation relations with the EU by formulating a common understanding between the two sides.
The joint training is the latest in a series of exercises between the Egyptian and Sudanese armed forces. The two sides have conducted ‘Nile Eagles’ in 2020 and 2021, as well as ‘Guardians of the Nile’ joint military exercise in May 2021.
Ambassador Hisham Badr, Egypt’s ambassador in Rome and Egypt’s permanent representative to the Food and Agriculture Organization, said that the committee’s bureau body includes 12 members, and is responsible for running the committee’s work during the intersessional periods of its sessions.
Hafez added that the Minister Shoukry indicated Egypt’s interest in following up on the progress made since the convening of the first coordination summit, which was chaired by President Al-Sisi in July 2019.
The introductory tour of the foreign ambassadors included a visit to the government district, the buildings of the Cabinet, Parliament, Foreign Affairs Ministry, the Cathedral of the Nativity of Christ, which is the largest in the Middle East, as well as the City of Arts, which contains the Capital Library, the Museum of Egyptian Capitals and the new Opera House.
Hafez pointed to the tireless efforts made by the Iraqi state and its constitutional institutions to ensure the proper conduct of the electoral process, which allowed the Iraqi people to express their free will to choose their representatives.
Egypt has welcomed the formation of the new Tunisian government, headed by Najla Bouden, praising the sincere national efforts made by the Tunisian state to meet the aspirations of the brotherly Tunisian people towards prosperity. Egypt also expressed its confidence in the ability of the new Tunisian government to confront all the various challenges, within …
The two sides will hold political consultations to address ways of enhancing bilateral cooperation in light of the solid relations between the two friendly countries, as well as discussing regional and international issues of common interest.