President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi received today, Tuesday, Ramtane Lamamra, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria, in the presence of Sameh Shoukry, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Hamid Shbira, the Algerian ambassador in Cairo.
Ambassador Bassam Radi, official spokesman for the Presidency of the Republic, stated that the Algerian Foreign Minister handed the president a written message from his brother, Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, which included the president's invitation to participate in the upcoming Arab summit in Algeria at the beginning of next November, as well as confirming Algeria's keenness to strengthen bilateral cooperation frameworks on various levels and taking them to broader horizons, in line with the depth of brotherly bonds between the two brotherly countries and peoples.
from his side; The president asked to convey his greetings to his brother President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, welcoming the invitation from his brother, the Algerian president, and expressing Egypt’s aspiration to work with Algeria to ensure the success of the Arab summit in promoting joint Arab action to address the huge challenges facing the nation, with the aim of restoring its position and unity, and in a way that supports the concept of The national state and preserving the capabilities of the Arab peoples.
The President also affirmed Egypt's pride in what it has with sister Algeria and its great people of historical, close and distinguished relations at the official and popular levels, and interest in strengthening the areas of joint bilateral cooperation between the two brotherly countries during the coming period in all fields.
The Spokesman explained that the meeting dealt with discussing the prospects for bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries, where the common desire to strengthen cooperation frameworks in various fields and to maximize effective communication channels between the two countries, both governmental and popular, was confirmed.
The meeting also dealt with an exchange of views on a number of regional issues of common interest at the Arab level, especially the latest developments in Syria, Libya and Iraq, where they agreed on the importance of intensifying mutual coordination to work on restoring security, stability and regional peace.