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Kais Saied’s decisions are not ‘coup’, but the emergency state should end quickly, says Hamrouni
Lebanese people commemorate first anniversary of Beirut explosion which killed 214 people
Time frame for GERD talks is necessary to reach final agreement, says Nourhan Moussa
During their meeting, Shoukry expressed Egypt’s solidarity and support to President Saied’s efforts to achieve stability and development in the brotherly country.
He told Ethiopian local media that some Western governments are pressuring Ethiopia to open a corridor to western Tigray through the Sudanese border to provide humanitarian assistance in the region.
Egypt extended its sincere condolences and sympathy to the government and people of Iraq, and to the families of the victims of the attack. It also expressed its sincere calls for a speedy recovery for the injured.
Movement called on current leadership to take responsibility for failure to achieve demands of Tunisian people
Country faces biggest political turmoil since 2011 Revolution
Wani to meet several senior officials and dignitaries, as part of joint higher committee meetings between 2 countries
“The balance of forces is now completely in our favour,” said Gebretensae.
Sudan’s military sources said that the country’s armed forces confronted Ethiopian militias and other forces during combing operations carried out inside Sudanese territory on Friday. The moves resulted in the killing of a Sudanese soldier.
Move comes just days after Ethiopia completed second stage of its controversial dam filling
Dam would never significantly harm downstream countries, says Ethiopia’s Prime Minister
During the call, Al-Sisi noted that these efforts would focus especially on the economic and investment levels.
For first time, Saudi Arabia allows women to perform Hajj without male guardian
Addis Ababa expects ‘dangerous floods’ that may affect 500,000 people
Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, in a statement, that the two sides exchanged views on existing issues of developments in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. These discussions focused on the prospects for a settlement in Libya and Syria.
The move comes in the wake of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) regaining control, last month, of Mek’ele, the capital of the war-ravaged Tigray region.
Unilateral Ethiopian actions on GERD endanger Sudan’s security, says Sudanese Foreign Minister
Egypt sent earlier two trucks carrying more than 31 tonnes of medical supply to Tunisia
Egypt’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry met, on Sunday evening in Brussels, with his Israeli counterpart Yair Lapid. During the meeting, Shoukry noted the importance of removing the stalemate between the Palestinian and Israeli sides, in order to launch a just and comprehensive negotiating process. This is based on international references and relevant United …
The aid is being sent to support the latter’s health sector combat the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The head of Libya’s Government of National Unity (GNU), Abdul Hamid Dbeiba, has announced that the country’s general elections will be held on time, in December 2021. Dbeiba’s remarks came on Sunday, during the opening ceremony of the media centre to cover the elections, which are scheduled for 24 December. He said that the interim …
Bassam Rady, Spokesperson for the Egyptian Presidency, said that, during the call, Al-Sisi asserted Egypt’s full support for all ongoing endeavours to reach a comprehensive solution to the Palestine-Israel conflict. This is with a view to achieving peace in the Middle East.
Outputs of Berlin II Conference celebrated language of consensus without real mechanisms, says Grada
Sudanese Foreign Minister expresses deep concern as Ethiopia heads toward unilateral filling of GERD reservoir
Discussions took place during Mohamed Abdel Atty’s four-day visit to South Sudan
EIB makes $425m available in debt and risk sharing instruments
The Tigray region was excluded from the upcoming elections as it recovers from a military operation against the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), which was recently designated by the central government as a terrorist movement.
Egyptians have been detained in Tripoli since last Friday