President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi will head to Khartoum this morning on an official visit to the Republic of Sudan.
The Spokesman for the Presidency of the Republic, Ambassador Bassam Radi, stated that President Sisi’s visit to Sudan, which is the first of its kind after the formation of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, comes as a consolidation of Egypt’s efforts under the leadership of the President to support Sudan and its brotherly Prime Time Zone during the current important historical stage it is going through, in addition to keenness on Joint coordination and unification of visions and positions between the two countries on various issues of common interest.
It is scheduled that President Sisi’s visit to Khartoum will witness the holding of an Egyptian-Sudanese summit, as well as a number of bilateral meetings with senior Sudanese leaders and officials, to discuss various files related to joint cooperation and ways to strengthen bilateral relations, especially on the military, security and economic levels, embodying the mutual strong will between The two brotherly countries to enhance the frameworks of cooperation between them in all fields and in a way that contributes to achieving their common interests.
The visit is also scheduled to witness discussions on the most important developments regarding regional and continental issues, especially the issue of the Renaissance Dam, security in the Red Sea, and developments on the Sudanese borders.
The article “El-Sisi” is on a visit to Sudan to discuss the developments of the “Renaissance Dam” issue, it was written in Al-Borsa newspaper.