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Egyptian President to discuss strategic partnership with Vladimir Putin

Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has commenced a three-day working visit to Russia. He’s scheduled to meet with the Russian Prime Minister, Dimitriy Medvedev on the prospects of developing bilateral trade and economic cooperation on projects in energy, industry, and agriculture.

Al-Sisi gave a speech to the Russian parliament and reiterated that the two countries will sign a strategic partnership. The Egyptian President is scheduled to fly to Sochi to meet with the Russian President, Vladimir Putin

“Tomorrow in Sochi you will hold talks with your colleague President Putin and a fundamental agreement on strategic partnership will be signed. This is indeed a new stage in the development of our relations which are already very friendly,” Medvedev said.

Al-Sisi concluded by saying, “I hope that over the coming years construction of the Dabaa Nuclear Power Plant will be finished and I believe that this will become a new factor of development of cooperation between our two countries.”

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