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Mutual Visits

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On 20/5/2017, Investment and International Cooperation Minister Sahar Nasr arrived in Amman to participate in meetings of the World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa

On 17/5/2017, President Abdel Fatah El Sisi received King Abdullah II of Jordan. The two leaders held summit talks on ways of enhancing strategic relations as well as Egyptian and Arab efforts to break the stalemate in the Middle East peace process. The summit tackled challenges facing the Arab world and confirmed the importance to support the international efforts in combating terrorism which is a threat for the whole world.

On 14/5/2017, Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry held a meeting with his Jordanian counterpart Ayman al Safadi at the premises of the Jordanian Foreign Ministry. During the meeting, the two sides tackled ways of boosting bilateral ties along with a host of issues of mutual interest. Shoukry hailed the development in the ties binding the two countries. He also underlined the importance of promoting bilateral ties. The meeting also tackled a host of issues including the need of reviving the Mideast process and reaching a just and comprehensive settlement to the Palestinian cause.

On 29/3/2017, President Sisi participated in the 28th Arab Summit that kicked off in Jordan.

On 26/3/2017, Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry heads for Amman to take part in the preparatory meetings of the 28th Arab summit.

On 16/3/2017, Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry started a session of talks with his Jordanian counterpart Ayman al Safadi during his visit to Egypt. The ongoing talks tackled cooperation and coordination between Cairo and Amman in various issues of mutual interest. The two ministers also discussed regional and international issues, atop of which are the latest developments in Syria, Libya, Yemen and Palestine in addition to the Arab efforts to combat terrorism and extremism.

On 8/2/2017, Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry visited Jordan, where he handed over a letter of invitation from President Abdel Fattah El Sisi to Jordanian King Abdullah II. During the visit, Shoukry emphasized the importance of developing Egyptian-Jordanian ties to the benefit of both countries. He also expressed Cairo’s appreciation of Jordan's supportive stances towards Egypt, especially with regard to addressing challenges and terrorism. The two sides discussed the situation in the region specially status in Syria, Iraq, Lybia and Yemen. They agreed upon intensifying efforts to reach political settlement of the current crises in the region.

On 4/1/2017, President Abdel Fattah El Sisi received an official invitation from Jordanian King Abdullah II to attend the coming Amman-hosted Arab summit that will be held in March. Sisi received the invitation at a meeting with Jordanian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh. President Sisi hailed bilateral relations and expressed his confidence that Jordan can undertake its role properly for rendering the coming summit a success. The president asserted that recent developments in the Arab arena highlighted the importance of supporting the concept of the national State and respecting sovereignty of States on their territories.

On 27/11/2016, Jordanian Interior Minister Salameh Hammad has praised current efforts exerted by the Interior Ministry and the role it plays in fighting terrorism and crimes. During a meeting with Interior Minister Magdy Abdel Ghaffar, Hammad said his visit to Cairo is part of profound ties and constant consultation between officials in the two countries. Abdel Ghaffar said his ministry is very interested in boosting bridges of communication with security bodies in Arab countries, especially Jordan.

On 27/8/2016, Transport Minister Galal Said and his Jordanian counterpart Yahya Kisbi approved the final results of a joint meeting, aimed at cooperating in the field of facilitating the movement of passengers and commodities between the two countries. Representatives of the parties concerned in Egypt and Jordan met to speed up the transportation of people and goods and remove all obstacles as far as the issue is concerned. The two sides agreed on mechanisms for facilitating customs release.

On 24/8/2016, President Abdel Fattah El Sisi held talks with Jordanian King Abdullah II. The two leaders discussed means of boosting Egyptian-Jordanian ties in various domains as well as the latest regional development. Sisi and Abdullah II also touched upon a number of regional and international issues of mutual concern.

On 12/8/2016, a delegation, chaired by Transport Minister Galal Saeed, headed for Amman on a two-day visit to Jordan. Assigned by Prime Minister Sherif Ismail, Saeed met Jordanian Prime Minister Hani al Mulki and Minister of Transport Yehya Kisbi. During the visit, the minister discussed with Jordanian officials common issues in the field of passenger and cargo transportation between the two countries and means to support maritime transportation between Aqaba and Nuweiba ports. The minister participated in general assembly meetings of the Arab Bridge Maritime Company.

On 9/8/2016, Minister of Trade and Industry Tarek Qabil paid a visit to Jordan where he met Jordanian Prime Minister Hani al Mulqi and Deputy Premier and Minister of Trade Gawad al Anani. They discussed means of cooperation and promotion of economic relations.

On 25/6/2016, Jordan's Foreign Minister Nasser Gouda and head of the Jordanian Intelligence Faisal al-Shobaki visited Cairo and met Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry within the context of coordination and consultation over the regional developments.

On 20/3/2016, an Egyptian high-level delegation, led by Assistant Foreign Minister for Consular Affairs Hisham Naqeeb, started a two-day visit to Amman. The delegation includes representatives from ministries of interior, manpower, higher education, finance and housing as well as the General Authority for Investment and Pope Tawadros II and financial and administration manager of "Long Live Egypt" fund Akram el Nashar. The visit aims to follow up the conditions of Egyptian nationals living abroad.

On 25/1/2016, International Cooperation Minister Sahar Nasr took part in a meeting of an initiative of the World Bank Group and the Islamic Development Bank, which was held in the Jordanian capital Amman, to discuss the refugee crisis. The meeting was attended by 80 representatives for states and major financing institutions. The initiative  aimed at drawing up a regional and international framework to contain the negative economic effects of the mounting refugee crisis in the region and providing support for the countries that host victims of regional conflicts in the Arab world.

On 24/1/2016, Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry handed Jordanian King Abdullah II a message from President Abdel Fattah El Sisi on regional developments. The message comes as part of continued political consultations between the two countries. The meeting took up the situation in Syrian, Iraq, Yemen and Libya. Shoukry conveyed to the Jordanian king Egypt's vision regarding the necessity of starting political negotiations on the Syrian conflict as soon as possible. Talks also covered the situation in Libya and the importance of providing support to the national reconciliation government in order to carry out its mission. Egypt and Jordan also asserted the importance of closing ranks among the various Libyan parties in order to restore security and combat terrorism.

On 6/8/2015, Jordanian King Abdullah II visited Egypt to attend the inauguration ceremony of the New Suez Canal.

On 5/8/2015, Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry met with his Jordanian counterpart Nasser Judeh who is visiting Cairo to attend an Arab League meeting. The meeting between Shoukry and Judeh took up conditions in the Palestinian territories. They exchanged views on the crises in Yemen, Syria and Libya.

On 27/5/2015, Jordanian Minister of Industry Maha Ali has said that relations with Egypt are progressing at all levels. Ali said she and Minister of International Cooperation co-chaired preparatory meetings of the joint committee to discuss means of increasing the volume of trade exchange.

On 27/3/2015, Jordanian King Abdullah II visited Egypt to attend 26th meeting of the Arab summit.

On 13/3/2015, Jordanian King Abdullah II visited Egypt to attend Egypt Economic Development Conference.

On 27/2/2015, Egypt and Jordan have agreed to form a joint working group to stand up to current regional challenges amid the escalating threats of terrorist groups in the Middle East.

On 24/1/2015, President Abdel Fattah El Sisi met Prince Hassan bin Talal. During the meeting, President Sisi stressed the special nature of the Egyptian-Jordanian relations.

On 30/11/2014, President Abdel Fattah El Sisi received visiting Jordanian King Abdullah II. The two leaders reviewed the latest developments in the region. The two leaders first held closed-door talks and then the two delegations joined the talks which mainly tackled ways to boost bilateral ties in the political and economic fields.

On 11/12/2014, President Abdel Fattah El Sisi visited to Jordan for talks with King Abdullah II. Egyptian-Jordanian talks are to tackle boosting bilateral relations and the latest regional developments.

On 22/9/2014, President Abdel Fattah El Sisi held talks with Jordanian King Abdullah II in New York on international efforts exerted to fight terrorism.

On 8/10/2013, Former President Adli Mansour discussed Syria, Palestine issues and economic ties with Jordan's King Abdullah II during a visit to Amman. "The meeting discussed common affairs, such as trade between Egypt and Jordan,”

On 16/2/2008, In the framework of continuous consultation between Egypt and Jordan and the exchange of visits between leaders of both countries, King Abdullah, visited Egypt, held talks in Sharm El-Sheikh with former President Hosni Mubarak and discussing the latest developments on the Arab and regional arenas and efforts to achieve peace and stability in the region, as well as ways to enhance bilateral ties between the two countries in various fields, including Egypt's exports of natural gas to Jordan and the registration and pricing of Jordanian medicines in the Egyptian markets.

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