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Prince Charles and his wife leave for Egypt on an official visit next November

Prince Charles and his wife leave for Egypt on an official visit next November

According to the British newspaper “Belfast Telegraph”, the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles and his wife Camila, Duchess of Cornwall will travel to Jordan and Egypt from November 16 to 19 on their largest foreign tour since the outbreak.

The royal palace said the government had asked Charles and Camilla to visit Jordan and Egypt and that they would tour both countries from November 16 to 19.

Chris Fitzgerald, Under-Secretary of the Prince, said climate change would be the main theme of the visit, and other issues include interfaith dialogue, women’s empowerment and efforts to preserve cultural heritage.

Fitzgerald added: “The king’s first visit in almost two years will come at a critical juncture in Britain’s relations with the two countries.

The newspaper added that their top government officials will visit Egypt during the United Kingdom’s presidency of the Cop26 International Climate Conference, and that Egypt will appoint Cop27 as President in 2022.

“In this crucial decade of climate action, we expect significant cooperation between the UK and Egypt over the next 12 months. In fact, both visits will focus more on dealing with the climate crisis,” he said.

The newspaper added that the royal family has close ties to many ruling families in the Middle East, including Jordan.

The newspaper reported that the Duchess of Cambridge “fell in love” with Jordan, according to her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, after her father, Michael, who was then working in the British Airways department, left. The capital, Amman, worked in 1984 and took his family with him.

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