Egypt and Japan to upgrade relations to strategic partnership
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishido agreed to upgrade the two countries’ relations to a strategic partnership. This was told by the official representative of the Egyptian leader Ahmed Fahmi. His words on Sunday, April 30, leads RIA News.
Al-Sisi met with the Japanese Prime Minister on April 30 in Cairo. The parties held a joint press conference. Egyptian President said about the inadmissibility of interference from outside to the crisis in Sudan and “the need for an immediate, permanent and comprehensive ceasefire.” The head of state also expressed hope that Japanese companies would invest more in Egypt.
Egypt is one of the countries visited by the Japanese Prime Minister as part of his international tour. It will also fly to Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique and Singapore.