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President Sisi's speech at MSC widely welcomed by international leaders, says envoy

MENA , Sunday 17 Feb 2019
Egypt's President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi speaks during the MSC in Germany (Photo Courtesy of Egyptian Presidency)
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Egyptian ambassador in Berlin Badr Abdel-Aati has asserted that President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi's speech at the Munich Security Conference (MSC) was widely welcomed by the European leaders, intellectuals and politicians of the world.

In statements to Extra News TV on Sunday, Ambassador Abdel-Aati said that El-Sisi's participation in the MSC is a historic one, noting that his speech covered Egypt's vision regarding a number of issues, especially stability and security in Africa, the Middle East region and the world at large.

Many participants at the MSC praised El-Sisi's vision as regards the challenges pertaining to terrorism and irregular migration.

In regards to El-Sisi's meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the ambassador said the meeting was held in a very positive atmosphere, noting that both sides are fully satisfied with the level of relations between Egypt and Germany in the economic, trade and military fields. 

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