Egypt and India sign joint agreements

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi witnessed the signing of a number of agreements and memorandums of understanding between the two countries.

The Egyptian and Indian sides signed a number of agreements in the fields of communications, agriculture, culture and the media at the Hyderabad Palace government guest house in the Indian capital of New Delhi.

Al-Sisi stressed: “Egypt and India look forward to achieving common goals in various fields based on the historical ties and great opportunities that the two countries have, as well as the determination of the two countries to advance their bilateral relations to the stage of strategic partnership and mutual coordination in various issues and topics of interest to both parties. The Complementarity of Opportunities of Egypt and India”. It can create a strong system that can withstand common challenges and emerging international crises, including the energy and food crises, to the benefit of both peoples.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi visited the mausoleum of Mahatma Gandhi and laid a wreath at it. He also expressed his desire to develop relations with India.

At the beginning of his visit to India, Sisi said during a reception at the Presidential Palace of India, “I convey my congratulations, greetings and great appreciation to the great Indian country on the occasion of the Republic Day”, noting that this date coincides with the 75th anniversary of relations between Egypt and India .

Source: RT