President Sisi Meets Turkish President in Riyadh


Today in Riyadh, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi met with Turkish President Rajab Tayyeb Erdogan.

The meeting discussed ways to continue to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries in various fields, as well as continuing reciprocal steps and building on tangible progress made in order to activate various mechanisms of bilateral cooperation, according to the official spokesperson.

The spokesperson also stated that they also discussed how to follow up on cooperation and consultation regarding what’s happening in the Gaza Strip, as well as the intense efforts on all levels to limit the crisis and its humanitarian repercussions. In this regard, the two presidents agreed on the need for an immediate halt to the ongoing shelling and military operations in the Gaza Strip in order to avoid exposing civilians to additional risks and loss of life, as well as to prevent the humanitarian situation for the people of the Strip from deteriorating further, with the continuation of Egypt’s critical role in sending humanitarian aid to Gaza residents, and the convergence of international efforts to push for the implementation of the two-state solution and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state with its capital in East Jerusalem.

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