German Foreign Minister to visit Egypt Sunday
Frank-Walter Steinmeier, the Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs - REUTERS

CAIRO: Frank-Walter Steinmeier, the Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, is to visit Egypt Sunday in a two-day visit, Youm7 reported.

Steinmeier is scheduled to meet President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, as well as his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shoukry to discuss a number of regional and international issues, according to a statement distributed by the German embassy in Cairo Saturday.

Badr Abdel Atty, spokesperson of Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, declared that Sisi is to visit Germany soon and the date of the visit is being arranged for with the coordination between the presidency and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

“Sisi will hold discussions with the German Counsellor Angela Merkel concerning many issues, including terrorism that threatens the region and the ways to counter it especially in Libya and Syria, during his upcoming visit to Germany,” Abdel Atty told Lamis el-Hadidy in a phone call during Hona al-Asema program aired on CBC channel.

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