The Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, during his meeting on Tuesday with the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mohammed Shia Al-Sudani, affirmed Egypt’s constant support for Iraq’s security and stability.
El-Sisi emphasized that Egypt is keen to strengthen and diversify the bilateral cooperation with Iraq in various fields such as politics, economy, trade, and culture, whether at the bilateral level or through the tripartite cooperation mechanism with Jordan.
The Egyptian President valued the depth and strength of the strategic relations between the two countries.
The Iraqi Prime Minister is visiting Egypt for the second time in about 100 days, where he heads a high-level delegation that includes 12 Iraqi ministers, in addition to several Iraqi businessmen, to meet with their Egyptian counterparts.
The Iraqi Ministry of Trade revealed that 10 agreements between Cairo and Baghdad have been completed and will be signed by the prime ministers of the two countries during Al-Sudani’s visit to Egypt.
The agreements are in the fields of sports and youth, housing, construction, labor, and social affairs.
The meeting between the two leaders addressed the most important regional and international issues, according to a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office.
El-Sisi and Al-Sudani emphasized the need to continue mutual cooperation to strengthen the partnership between Egypt and Iraq, INA added.
Source : iraqinews.com