The Egyptian president announced Tuesday that President Abdel Fattah had received a phone call from Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Speaking on behalf of the Egyptian President, Passam Roddy said that during the call, they discussed the most important files of bilateral relations and reached an agreement on the importance of strengthening and enhancing cooperation in the security, military and intelligence sectors. Sectors, especially in the fight against terrorism, securing illegal immigration and borders, as well as promoting economic cooperation and attracting more British investment.
In addition to enhancing cooperation in the health sector, the two sides also discussed ways to enhance cooperation in the health and education sectors, including leveraging British capabilities and specializing in education, and strengthening cooperation programs between British and Egyptian universities.
In climate issues; Both sides stressed the importance of strengthening joint cooperation for the appearance of the next session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change to be held in Glasgow later this year. , With strong conclusions that enhance the work of the international community in light of the current global climate crisis.
Views were also exchanged on the latest developments on the Palestinian issue, where Johnson praised the Egyptian initiative to rebuild the Gaza Strip, allocated $ 500 million for reconstruction work, and stressed the highest priority of coordinating the ceasefire between Israel and the Gaza Strip.
Recent developments in the Renaissance Dam file were also reviewed, where CC “reaffirms Egypt’s firm commitment to upholding the historic rights to the Nile and to protect Egypt’s water conservation now and in the future. Fair and legal binding to fill and run. “