Monday، 27 March 2017 - 03:55 PM
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi receives on Monday 27/3/2017 visiting Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al Khalifa for talks on means of boosting bilateral cooperation between the two countries and signing a number of agreements in various fields.
The talks will also take up developments in the Arab world, discuss bilateral cooperation in the field of counter-terrorism and exchange points of view in various regional issues.
This visit - the sixth by the Bahraini King to Egypt since President Abdel Fattah El Sisi assumed office in 2014 and ahead of the 28th Arab Summit in Amman- represents a strong boost to the historical relations between the two brotherly countries as a model for the Arab brotherhood.
The Egyptian-Bahraini Summit reflects the awareness of the leaderships of the two countries on the importance of promoting joint Arab action within the framework of uniting Arab visions and positions in confronting extremist, terrorist organizations.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi received Bahraini King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa upon arrival at the Cairo International Airport.
They held then a meeting behind closed doors before and expanded session of talks in the presence of ministers and senior officials from both countries. During their talks, Sisi welcomed the visiting king, hailing coordination between Egypt and Bahrain on all issues of mutual concern.
El Sisi and Khalifa of Bahrain had a summit at the presidential palace of Ittihadiya. The Preident welcomed the Bahraini monarch upon arrival at the palace, where an official ceremony was held for the king. The leaders inspected the guard of honor and the military band played the national anthems of Egypt and Bahrain.
Both leaders asserted the importance of supporting all efforts to find political settlement of all crises to bring about security in the Arab world. The leaders stressed the necessity to boost stability and national institutions in countries of the region to maintain their territorial integrity and their peoples' capabilities.
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