Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi and Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi held telephone talks that dealt with relations between the two countries and regional issues.
According to a statement issued by the Egyptian presidency, Al-Sisi received a phone call from Al-Kazemi, which dealt with discussions on the developments of a number of regional issues of common interest, especially the developments in Afghanistan, in addition to a number of issues of bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
The Iraqi Prime Minister stressed his country’s appreciation of the Egyptian efforts in support of the Iraqi issue at all levels, and aspiration to strengthen cooperation frameworks with Egypt, especially with regard to facing common challenges, foremost of which is combating terrorism and achieving security, stability and development.
from his side; Al-Sisi affirmed Egypt’s support for every effort that would enhance the security and stability of Iraq, and Al-Kazemi’s efforts to strengthen the role of the Iraqi state institutions and preserve the sovereignty and Arabness of Iraq.
He stressed that Egypt will continue to work to strengthen cooperation frameworks with the Iraqi side in various fields, whether at the bilateral level or within the framework of the tripartite cooperation mechanism between Egypt, Iraq and Jordan.