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Pakistani min.: Sisi saved Egypt from terrorism

Monday، 05 November 2018 - 01:41 PM
Pakistani min.: Sisi saved Egypt from terrorism

Pakistani Minister of State for Climate Change Zartaj Gul said Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi saved his country from terrorism and extremism.

In an interview with MENA on the fringe of the World Youth Forum, Gul said Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan played the same role of Sisi in heeding national interests. Gul said the two leaders enjoy their people's love.

The Pakistani minister has - on behalf of the premier - invited Sisi to visit Pakistan.

She met with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry and handed him a message from Pakistani Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Hussain Qureshi.

She urged bolstering cooperation between Egypt and Pakistan in various domains, especially in the fields of climate change, security, terrorism, tourism, food security and technology.

She commended the wise democratic leadership in Egypt, noting that the Egyptian people have confidence in their leadership.

Gul underlined the importance of Sisi's invitation of all these youths from various world countries to stand on the role they can play in their nations.

She lauded the forum as a great event, stressing that empowering youths - the future leaders - should be a key goal.

Meanwhile, she hailed cooperation between Egyptian and Pakistani students at Azhar University, calling for boosting student exchange between the two countries.

Gul extolled Sharm el Sheikh as an example of eco-friendly cities.

Gul added that she plans to visit Cairo to see tourist and archaeological sites.


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