President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi met on Sunday with Kenyan Foreign Minister Monica Juma، Special Envoy of the Kenyan President and the accompanying delegation that includes the Director-General of Kenya’s National Intelligence Service, with the presence of Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry as well as Intelligence Chief Abbas Kamel.
Presidential Spokesman Ambassador Bassam Rady said that President El-Sisi started the meeting by welcoming the Kenyan official asking to convey his greetings to Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The President stressed the importance that Egypt attaches to enhancing bilateral relations with Kenya in various fields, especially on the trade and investment levels.
The President also referred to Egypt’s keenness to maximize coordination and consultation with the Kenyan side, especially during the Egyptian presidency of the African Union, with regard to the priorities of action within the Union, whether institutional, political or developmental, in order to achieve the growth and stability desired by the African countries.
For her part, the Kenyan Foreign Minister expressed her gratitude to meet President El-Sisi, pointing out to the deep relation between the two countries.
The two officials discussed regional issues and files of common concern.
The meeting also reviewed working on mutual relations and coordination on various issues under the presidency of Egypt to the African Union.