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August, 16

Egyptian, Cypriot Presidents Hold Talks

Nicos Anastasiades, the president of Cyprus, called the president of Egypt, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, to discuss bilateral relations and regional problems of mutual concern.

El-Sisi declared that Egypt takes “pride” in its “distinguished cooperation” with Cyprus and “the positive development” that it is currently experiencing.

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He emphasized Egypt’s desire to advance different facets of that collaboration, particularly at the security, military, economic, and energy levels, in a way that advances the goals of the two friendly peoples.

They also talked about how to work together with Egypt, an important EU ally in the fight against terrorism, extreme ideology, and illegal immigration.

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Nicos Anastasiades, the president of Cyprus, called the president of Egypt, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, to discuss bilateral relations and regional problems of mutual concern.

El-Sisi declared that Egypt takes “pride” in its “distinguished cooperation” with Cyprus and “the positive development” that it is currently experiencing.

READ MORE: Sovereign Council: Al-Burhan Relieves Civilian Members Of Duties

He emphasized Egypt’s desire to advance different facets of that collaboration, particularly at the security, military, economic, and energy levels, in a way that advances the goals of the two friendly peoples.

They also talked about how to work together with Egypt, an important EU ally in the fight against terrorism, extreme ideology, and illegal immigration.

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