Egypt, Saudi to face divisive regional issues

Added On March 5, 2018

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi reached a deal on Sunday with visiting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on joint efforts to face divisive regional interventions.
According to a statement, the two sides stressed that they will continue working together to face the regional interventions and the attempts of division among regional states.
Mohammed bin Salman arrived in Cairo earlier on Sunday in a three-day visit as the first destination of his first foreign tour since he was named crown prince last year.
President Sisi stressed that the Gulf security is an integral part of the Egyptian national security.
Sisi reiterated Egypt's keenness on elevating the level of bilateral cooperation with Saudi Arabia in various fields.
The Saudi crown prince expressed hope that the visit will add momentum to the strategic relations between the two nations and peoples and to boost bilateral cooperation in all fields.     
Meanwhile, the Egyptian president and the Saudi crown prince oversaw the signing ceremony of a number of agreements on environment and economic cooperation.