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On Tuesday, His Royal Highness Crown Prince Al Hussein met with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi at Al-Ittihadiya Palace (Heliopolis Palace) in Cairo as part of his official visit to Egypt.

During the meeting, HRH conveyed the greetings of His Majesty King Abdullah II to President Sisi, wishing Egypt and its people further progress and prosperity.

Sisi conveyed his greetings to His Majesty the King, praising his efforts in consolidating Jordanian-Egyptian relations.

During the meeting, they spoke about the deep-rooted and strategic ties that unite the two countries and peoples.

HRH stressed the importance of the partnership between the two countries in many sectors and expressed Jordan’s interest in strengthening the economic cooperation with Egypt across all fields, especially investment in the tourism sector.

HRH praised the progress achieved by Egypt in various fields, including the establishment of major development projects. He also stressed the need to exchange experiences, especially when it comes to medium, small and micro projects.

Sisi expressed his keenness to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the fields of tourism and development projects, adding that economic integration is also a priority since the two countries share common positions regarding several different issues.

On Instagram, HRH ‏shared a picture and wrote “A warm meeting with President Abdel Fattah El Sisi of Egypt in Cairo today. I conveyed His Majesty’s greetings to the President and brotherly people of Egypt. We discussed ways to advance our cooperation, especially in economic and tourism-related fields”

Crown Prince and Sisi

The meeting was attended by Jordan’s Prime Minister, Bisher Al-Khasawneh, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, Nayef Al-Fayez, Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply, Youssef Al-Shamali, Jordanian Ambassador to Egypt, Amjad Al-Adayleh, Director of the Office of HRH the Crown Prince, Mustafa Khalifa, and a number of senior Egyptian officials.

Source: Royal Hashemite Court

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