Egypt's Sisi names 13 ministers in Cabinet reshuffle    CIB's Ahmed Issa becomes Egypt new Tourism and Antiquities Minister – Profile    Egypt's parliament approves Cabinet reshuffle in extraordinary session    Sisi calls for extraordinary parliament session to agree on major Cabinet reshuffle    Mayo Clinic researchers pinpoint genetic variations that might sway course of COVID-19    Gold prices in Egypt on August 11    Saudi Electricity gets $567.5 million to finance power interconnection project with Egypt    Egypt's Mersal Foundation secures UN Women loan    Egypt's Health Ministry launches Emergency scooter    Ukraine cuts off Russian oil from 3 countries    Egypt, South Korea to perform Pyramids Air Show 2022 Today    Spain: prosecutor seeks 8 years sentence for Shakira over tax evasion    Egypt: Alamein Art Festival kicks off a collection of recycled installations    John Legend enjoys family trip in Egypt    Sisi: Egypt wants to join BRICS    Egypt: street photography will no longer require permits    Egypt's athlete Basma Emad wins bronze in weightlifting in Mediterranean Games    Noura Al-Mutair – first Gulf female boxer in World Championships    Maha karara joins AAIB as Head of Corporate Communications, Sustainability    Egypt works on charting cooperation strategies with international institutions for 5 years: Al-Mashat    Over 2.4 million newborns examined for hearing impairment: Health Ministry    Netflix releases trailer of Arab adaption of 'Perfect Strangers' film    Balqees to headline concert celebrating launch of streaming giant LIVENow in MENA    Sawsan Badr to be honoured at Aswan Women Film Festival    MP Abdel Hady Al-Qasby calls government to facilitate and support NGOs    Al-Sisi follows up on 'Great Transfiguration Project' in St. Catherine    Cairo, London stress need to strengthen cooperation to face climate change    Foreigners account for 22.6% of Egypt's T-bills issuances in 1H 2021: CBE    Egypt's ambassador to Italy passes away    Egypt confirms readiness to help African countries face terrorism and extremism    An estimated 235 million people needed humanitarian assistance and protection in 2021, an increase of 40% compared to 2020: IOM Egypt    Egypt, DRC discuss water cooperation during WYF    Egypt, DR Congo discuss boosting bilateral cooperation during WYF    Cameroonian police probe assault on three Algerian journalists covering AFCON    Pharaohs start AFCON 2021 campaign with fierce clash against Nigeria    Foreign Ministry opens capacity building course for French-speaking African diplomats    Russia says it's in sync with US, China, Pakistan on Taliban    It's a bit frustrating to draw at home: Real Madrid keeper after Villarreal game    Shoukry reviews with Guterres Egypt's efforts to achieve SDGs, promote human rights    Sudan says countries must cooperate on vaccines    Johnson & Johnson: Second shot boosts antibodies and protection against COVID-19    Egypt to tax bloggers, YouTubers    Egypt's FM asserts importance of stability in Libya, holding elections as scheduled    We mustn't lose touch: Muller after Bayern win in Bundesliga    Egypt records 36 new deaths from Covid-19, highest since mid June    Egypt sells $3 bln US-dollar dominated eurobonds    Gamal Hanafy's ceramic exhibition at Gezira Arts Centre is a must go    Italian Institute Director Davide Scalmani presents activities of the Cairo Institute for ITALIANA.IT platform    

Thank you for reporting!
This image will be automatically disabled when it gets reported by several people.

FM Shoukry discusses Egyptian foreign policy with Council on Foreign Relations
Published in Ahram Online on 24 - 09 - 2021

Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry discussed on Thursday Egypt's foreign policy during a roundtable discussion organised by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in New York, the foreign ministry said in a tweet.
Shoukry presented to the US-based nonprofit think tank, which specialises in US global affairs and foreign policy, on Egypt's diplomatic efforts on the international and regional fronts.
The roundtable came on the sidelines of Shoukry's participation in the 76th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) in New York.
On Wednesday, Shoukry held separate meeting with his counterparts from Niger, Latvia, Somalia, South Korea, Tanzania and Italy to discuss bilateral relations and issues of mutual concern.
He also held a meeting with Cypriot FM Nikos Christodoulides and Greek FM Nikos Dendias to follow up on cooperation mechanisms between the three countries.
He later held another meeting with Jordan's FM Ayman Safadi and Iraqi FM Fuad Hussein to follow up also on cooperation mechanisms between the theree countries.
Shoukry also met with Abdulla Shahid, the president of the UNGA's 76th session, to discuss the most prominent topics on the UNGA's agenda and the priorities for work during the coming period.
On Wednesday, Shoukry held a meeting with representatives of various countries to discuss reaching political solutions in the Libya crisis within the framework set during the Berlin conferences.
He also gave a speech during the high-level meeting celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Durban Declaration and Program of Action adopted in 2001 to fight racism.
The top diplomat held separate meetings with each of his counterparts from France, Ireland and Vietnam to discuss ways to enhance bilateral cooperation.
On Tuesday, Shoukry held separate meetings with his counterparts from Estonia, Tunisia, Rwanda, India, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Ukraine, Pakistan, as well as Josep Borrell — the high representative of the European Union for foreign affairs and security policy.

Clic here to read the story from its source.