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The Egyptian ambassador in Baghdad meets with the Prime Minister of Iraq

By Manal Abdel Fattah

On February 1, the Egyptian Ambassador to Baghdad, Ahmed Samir, met with Mr. Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, Prime Minister of Iraq, where the Egyptian Ambassador expressed great pride in the depth and distinction of relations with the brotherly Republic of Iraq, and aspiration to advance cooperation between the two countries to broader horizons in various fields to achieve the interests of the two peoples. The two brothers.

The Iraqi Prime Minister stressed his keenness to enhance cooperation with Egypt, whether through bilateral cooperation frameworks, especially the joint Egyptian-Iraqi Higher Committee, or through the tripartite cooperation mechanism with the sisterly Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, praising the existing partnerships with Egyptian companies and the projects they are implementing to support development in Iraq. He also appreciated Egypt’s regional role, especially the tireless efforts undertaken by Cairo to provide and deliver aid to the Gaza Strip.

In another context, Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva received Ambassador Mai Taha Khalil, Egyptian Ambassador to Brazil, where she handed over to him her credentials as Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt to Brazil.

The credentials handover ceremony was followed by a bilateral meeting, during which the Egyptian Ambassador conveyed the greetings of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi to his Brazilian counterpart, and expressed her gratitude for representing her country in Brazil, noting the great importance that Egypt attaches to its relations with Brazil.

Ways to strengthen Egyptian-Brazilian relations in various fields, especially economic, trade and investment, were also discussed.

The meeting also witnessed a review of a number of regional and international issues, most notably the current situation in Gaza and its regional and global repercussions.

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