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Turkish Ambassador in Cairo: Erdogan’s visit to Egypt is on the agenda

By Manal Abdel Fattah

Turkey’s ambassador to Egypt, Salih Mutlu Şen, said that the visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Egypt is on the agenda, stressing that this historic visit will address all aspects of bilateral relations and will also provide the possibility of consultation on the Palestinian issue, towards which the two countries share the same position.

This came during the ceremony commemorating the founding of the Turkish Republic.

The ambassador stressed the importance of stopping the war and bloodshed in Gaza, which resulted in the death and injury of tens of thousands of civilians, and ensuring peace and tranquility, adding that Turkey and Egypt have a common position on this issue.

He added that Turkey is one of the first countries with regard to humanitarian aid to Gaza, and what made this possible was the facilities and solidarity shown by Turkey and Egypt with Turkish relief organizations, expressing his thanks to the Egyptian authorities for their support and assistance.

The ambassador added, in the medium and long term, Turkey will continue to work in close cooperation with Egypt to re-establish and rebuild Gaza.

Ambassador Salih Mutlu Shen stressed that Turkey has achieved many gains and successes in industry, trade, culture, art and all other fields, noting that it has taken a place among the advanced economies in the world in all fields.

He said that relations with the Middle East and Arab and Islamic countries witnessed great developments thanks to the Turkish nation, and in particular the independent nationalist policy followed by Erdogan in the past twenty years.

The ambassador explained that Egyptian-Turkish relations witnessed major transformations and changes during the past year, and that both brotherly countries, after the normalization of relations, began to develop deeper cooperation that looks forward to hope in all fields.

He stressed that this development, radical transformation, and progress in relations is within the framework of the joint will of both President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and is also consistent with the aspirations of public opinion in both countries.

The ambassador pointed out that there is cooperation between the two countries in trade, art, culture, tourism, economy, commerce and many other fields, and that there is great potential to develop this cooperation in a way that contributes to serving the well-being and benefit of both countries.

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