President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi received a phone call from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday.
Presidential Spokesman Ambassador Bassam Rady stated that the phone call dealt with discussions on all issues of bilateral cooperation in all fields, especially the economic, investment and security sectors, as well as the sectors of education, health and energy.
The British Prime Minister affirmed his country’s keenness to enhance consultation and coordination on various regional and international issues in light of the role Egypt plays to support and consolidate peace and stability in the Middle East and Africa, looking forward to supporting and developing bilateral relations with Egypt at all levels.
The Spokesman stated that the developments of a number of regional issues were discussed, foremost of which is the situation in Libya, where the British Prime Minister expressed his deep appreciation for the essential role that Egypt plays under the leadership of President El-Sisi in pushing the political path.
The phone call also tackled an exchange of views on the developments of the Renaissance Dam issue, where the President reaffirmed the importance of this issue as a matter of national security, and Egypt’s adherence to its water rights through reaching a binding legal agreement that guarantees clear rules for the process of filling and operating the dam.