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Foreign minister visits European countries ahead of EU Foreign Ministers’ meeting
Top Egyptian officials discuss developments inside Egypt and regional ones with the British delegation
Turkey’s economy was nevertheless expected to grow by 3.3% in 2014, the EBRD said in a statement.
The delegation also met with the Foreign Ministry assistant for European Affairs
The Paris Club is comprised of 19 developed economies.
Mo’awad Adel remains in a coma as a legal struggle for funding his treatment continues
Egypt’s foreign ministry addresses Arab League countries to implement the Arab Convention on Suppression of Terrorism
Nile Co. and Nakhla win the “Small Farmer Market Development and Investment Initiative” competition
By Dr. Paul Freedenberg and Dr. Michael R. Czinkota In the summer of 2009, President Obama announced a plan for a complete US export control reform (ECR). Then Secretary of Defence Gates argued that the system was “overly complicated, contains too many redundancies, and in trying to protect too much, diminishes our ability to focus” …
The planned ‘sukuk’, announced by Prime Minister David Cameron in October, is expected to launch next year and become the first by a Western government.
In 2012 imports to the UK from Egypt totalled £624m and UK exports to Egypt were £921m; down significantly from two years earlier
The perception of Egypt generally in the UK and elsewhere is probably worse than it is in reality
Annulment of previous privatizations raises investors’ concerns
UK restores previously revoked licenses and increases support for Egyptian airport security
“condemning the chemical weapons attack by Assad”
The US intervention will be a disaster for the region,” Khamenei told a meeting with the cabinet of Iranian President Hassan Rowhani, state television reported.
Cameron has cut short his summer holiday in order to deal with the Syria crisis and is due to chair a meeting of Britain’s National Security Council in London on Wednesday.
The facility can intercept emails, telephone calls and web traffic for the United States and other intelligence agencies.
EU Foreign Minister’s decisions may be ineffective without US support, says expert
Foreign minister announces committee to investigate events since 30 June
EU Foreign Affairs Council warn armed forces against involvement in politics and call for release of former government figures, including Morsi
US is still reviewing its aid policy; the UK urged all sides to work together to bring about elections
General call for prompt investigations, FJP calls for international intervention
International concern for Egypt’s path to democracy
UK prime minister and German foreign minister express concern about current situation in Egypt
It is summer time in Egypt, a season when many Egyptians prepare to travel abroad for a myriad of reasons, whether for tourism, business or studying. However, it is a struggle for many of them to get visas to certain destinations, including the European Union, the United Kingdom and the United States. Daily News Egypt explores the stories of some Egyptians and the problems they faced when dealing with foreign embassies.
The G7 nations, which together produce about half of the world’s economic output, are slowly recovering from a late 2012 slowdown
Foreign ministry cites ‘continued failure’ to establish conference to rid the region of nuclear weapons
Cameron warned that Britain would be left defenceless against “highly unpredictable and aggressive” regimes
Foreign Ministry grants access through Rafah, but convoy turned away at Libya-Egypt border
Minister will meet political representatives including ElBaradei
Tourists from France, UK, Japan, Honk Kong and Hungary involved in a hot air balloon crash near Luxor