An Algerian-Egyptian summit today, the Libya file tops the agenda

Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune will arrive in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, for a two-day visit, according to what the media office of the Presidency of the Algerian Republic reported in a press statement, during which he will hold talks with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi to discuss several files.

A statement by the Presidency of the Algerian Republic stated: “President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, Minister of National Defense, will embark on a two-day working and fraternal visit to the sisterly Arab Republic of Egypt, starting from Monday, January 24, 2022.”

Our sources reported that the visit aims to discuss a number of important files, including consultation on the Libyan file and the need for joint coordination between neighboring countries.

Also, according to the sources, the discussions will focus on developing a joint action plan to work on the stability of Libya during the coming period, the holding of the Libyan elections and the exit of mercenaries.

On January 17, President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi received Algerian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ramtane Lamamra, in the presence of Sameh Shoukry, Minister of Foreign Affairs.

The file of the Renaissance Dam is one of the files included in the discussions between the Egyptian and Algerian leaders, as well as the Palestinian issue, which is among the files that will be discussed during the presidential summit between the two countries.

Ambassador Bassam Radi, official spokesman for the Presidency of the Republic, said that the President valued the distinguished levels of the brotherly bilateral relations between the two countries.

The President also indicated Egypt’s keenness to advance bilateral cooperation frameworks between the two countries at various levels, through activating joint bilateral committees, in order to launch bilateral relations to broader horizons in line with the depth of brotherly bonds between the two brotherly countries and peoples.


Arab Observer

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