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Egypt's army chief discusses security, terrorism with Kuwaiti counterpart

Army Chief of Staff Mahmoud Hegazy stressed Egypt's strategic partnership with its Arab partners

Ahram Online , Monday 17 Apr 2017
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Egypt's Army Chief of Staff Mahmoud Hegazy held talks on Monday with his Kuwaiti counterpart Lieutenant-General Mohamed Ahmed al-Khader (Photo: Ahram Arabic news website)
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Egypt's Army Chief of Staff Mahmoud Hegazy held talks on Monday with his Kuwaiti counterpart Lieutenant-General Mohamed Ahmed al-Khader as part of his official visit to Cairo, state-run news agency MENA reported.

The two senior military officers discussed a range of international and regional issues of concern to the two nations, according to MENA.

The duo reviewed bilateral military cooperation, joint efforts to combat terrorism, and efforts to establish stability and security in the region.

Hegazy stressed the depth of the strategic relationship between Egypt and its Arab partners.

He also emphasised the importance of sharing experiences in support of Egyptian national security and that of the Arab region.

The meeting was attended by senior Kuwaiti and Egyptian military officials.

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