Egypt’s first lady welcomes Queen Rania of Jordan’s visit to Cairo
Egypt’s first lady Entesar al Sisi welcomed Queen Rania of Jordan’s visit to Cairo yesterday.
On her official Facebook page, Egypt’s first lady Entesar al-Sisi said that she was “pleased with the visit of Queen Rania of Jordan, to her second country, Egypt.”
She added that the visit was an opportunity to discuss Egypt’s efforts on several issues including empowering women, youth, and people with disabilities,
“Queen Rania’s visit provided an opportunity to discuss the unprecedented Egyptian steps to empower women, people with disabilities, and youth in line with Egypt’s Vision 2030.” Egypt’s first lady wrote a letter.
She added that they also reviewed “Egypt’s efforts in the social protection sector, especially Takaful and Karama Program, “Haya Karima” National project along with the Egyptian Red Crescent’s voluntary activities and public health initiatives.”
President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi praised Egypt and Jordan’s historic ties, as well as their brotherly ties, cordiality, and shared fate, emphasizing the importance of continued coordination between the two countries.
Sisi’s remarks came during a meeting with Jordanian King Abdullah II bin Al Hussain
According to Ambassador Bassam Radi, President Sisi welcomed Jordan’s King, praising Egypt and Jordan’s strong historical ties, as well as the close bonds and common destiny that the two countries and peoples share.
Sisi also stressed the importance of continued coordination and consultation between both sides, in light of alignment in views and interests as well as the challenges the region is facing.
Jordan’s King expressed his country’s appreciation for Egypt’s leadership and people, and he welcomed the level of joint coordination with Egypt in dealing with the region’s various crises that threaten the security and stability of Arab peoples.