πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¬ Germany and Egypt β€” back in Coordination with their strong ties

Egypt and German foreign ministers in Berlin AFP Al-Ahram
The Egyptian minister for foreign affairs being welcomed by his German counterpart in Berlin (Source: AFP, Al-Ahram)

🀝 Bilateral relationships between Germany and Egypt have always been crucial for global stability and peace. There is a strong long-running collaboration running between both nations for decades. Now both large nations are in alignment in countering-terrorism and in finding peaceful solutions for the Middle East. Germany has now fully understood the Egyptian viewpoint that the so-called “muslim” brotherhood imposes terror and how dangerous this group is for Europe just as much as the whole world. There is also an increasing understanding of the democratic transformations taking place in Egypt by the German partners. There is more and more closening of international stances between both nations on a daily basis … which is a good indication for a more stable Europe, a more stable Mediterranean region, and a more prosperous world!

πŸ•ŠοΈΒ This coordination and strengthening of relationships can be seen in light of the last visit by the Egyptian minister for foreign affairs to Germany. The minister met with his counterpart in addition to a number of German high-ranking officials to discuss global politics and the situation in the Middle East. There is also an increasing number of economical partnerships and investments being coordinated by both nations, as expressed by the minister to the press after his visit to the German capital.

References: Al-Ahram English article 1,Β Al-Ahram English article 2,Β Al-Ahram English article 3

 

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