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President Al-Sisi expressed his appreciation of the DRC’s support regarding Egypt’s access to River Nile water, and said that Egypt welcomes all cooperation with fellow African countries, including access to the huge potential and rich resources available across the continent.
Attendees at five-day conference will take part in numerous sessions on variety of sub-themes related to water security
“When peacekeeping incurs delays in the payment of contribution, those who are affected primarily are troop and police contributing countries,” he said.
The plans being drawn up will be stop short of a full national lockdown as seen in the spring when Britons were told to “stay at home”, Sky News reported.
“Change must happen now. It won’t be easy, but it must be done. We are going to work harder on this. We won’t shy away from strengthening the legislation if needed,” EU Commission VP said.
Lavrov said the issue of Russia’s alleged interference in U.S. internal affairs still occupies one of the dominant places in Washington’s policy.
Egypt pledged further medical support for South Sudan to combat the Hepatitis C and B viruses, as well as COVID-19
The GIS has also repatriated the freed nationals in cooperation with the Libyan security authorities, according to the state-run Middle East News Agency.
Al-Wafd Party members decide to meet on Thursday to look into participation in National List
Egypt’s General Intelligence Service (GIS) freed the expats who were abducted in Bani Walid in southwestern Libya in cooperation with Libyan security
“It was not anybody that was near me,” Trump said at a press conference.
French official looks into possibility of France playing role in current GERD negotiations
Negative opinions aim ‘to bring down homeland’, despite state measures in the interests of citizens, President says
Whilst Egypt’s education reform programme has not reached final stages, country’s higher education system is improving, Al-Sisi says
Greece and Cyprus can count on Europe’s full solidarity regarding protecting their legitimate sovereignty rights, says EU chief
Akufo-Addo, who is hosting his 1st summit since assuming office as ECOWAS chairman, said circumstances in Mali “require an urgent closure to the matter.”
Philippines authorities said bad weather may have caused the aircraft to crash. There was a strong gust of wind followed by a heavy downpour
Suga was elected by both chambers of Japan parliament, winning 314 votes in powerful 465-member lower house and 142 votes in the 245-member upper chamber.
Security forces would continue to pursue the Taliban insurgents in Obe and its vicinity to stabilize peace and security there.
Ezz El-Din won 49 of total 54 votes in elections held on 14 September
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the foreign ministers of the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain signed the accords, marking a prominent geopolitical change in the Middle East.
‘We believe vaccine will be ready for public use in Russia by October,’ says Ambassador Borisenko
Egypt’s Foreign Minister stressed country’s interest in cooperation with both Greece and Cyprus
In July 2020, the Court of Cassation ordered El-Sherif, who held office under former President Hosni Mubarak, to be held in custody pending the hearing for an appeal he filed against a three-year prison sentence.
Garana, who held office under former president Hosni Mubarak, stood accused of issuing licences for the establishment of tourism companies, which stood in violation of ministerial regulations.
Middle East will not witness real stability or security without two-state solution in Palestine, says Arab League Secretary-General
Applying for upcoming elections will start on 17 September
Death toll due to coronavirus are higher in men than women, says Egyptian study
Two sides exchanged views on regional updates, including Libya, Syria, Lebanon, and Palestinian cause
Cairo has repeatedly stressed need for ceasefire in ongoing Yemeni conflict