Sisi, Macron discuss latest development of GERD, Libyan crisis

Sisi, Macron discuss latest development of GERD, Libyan crisis Mon, Mar. 29, 2021
CAIRO – 29 March 2021: Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el Sisi asserted the deep-rooted relations between Egypt and France along with Egypt’s keenness on continuing efforts to boost relations in all fields especially in economy, investment, development, security and military.

During a phone call between Sisi and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron , the two leaders discussed latest developments concerning the Ethiopian dam. The French president hoped for reaching a solution that achieves the interests of all sides as soon as possible.

According to presidency Spokesman Bassam Radi, the two leaders also agreed to intensify efforts to combat terrorism in the Coast of Africa to restore security, stability and development in the region, noting that terrorism phenomena is endangering regional security.

The call also tackled regional and international issues of mutual concern. Sisi reviewed the latest developments in the Libyan crisis. As Macron hailed Sisi’s efforts to support political solution to the Libyan crisis.

Macron stressed his country’s keenness boosting relations with Egypt. As he hailed Egypt’s political role at regional, Arab, African and Mediterranean levels.

Last December, Sisi visited France, where he discussed ways of enhancing bilateral relations in all fields and tackled international and regional issues, according to a statement from the Egyptian Presidency.

During his three-day visit, President Sisi President met with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron, where both leaders discussed bilateral relations and different international issues of common interest.

In a joint press conference with Macron, President Sisi expressed hope for enhancing joint cooperation in fields of industry and information technology.