Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi met on Tuesday in Cairo with Greek foreign minister Nikos Kotzias to discuss boosting bilateral relations, regional and international issues, as well as enhancing cooperation between Egypt, Greece and Cyprus, especially in the field of energy in the eastern Mediterranean.
Egypt's presidential spokesperson Bassam Rady said that El-Sisi expressed appreciation for Greece’s support of Egypt and its people in the wake of 30 June revolution, praising bilateral relations between the two countries within the framework of the tripartite cooperation mechanism with Cyprus.
The meeting was attended by Egypt's foreign minister Sameh Shoukry.
The Greek foreign minister expressed his country's interest in developing historical relations with Egypt given its pivotal role in the region and in countering terrorism and extremism.
He also expressed admiration for Egypt's success and progress in achieving security and stability and witnessing an unprecedented leap in all fields, especially in infrastructure and the mega projects carried out during the past four years.
The two sides also discussed strengthening bilateral cooperation in investment and trade.