Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly said that Egypt seeks to cooperate with African countries to achieve justice and sustainable development.
Madbouly's statement came during the opening of the fourth high-level meeting of heads of African constitutional and supreme courts and constitutional councils in Cairo.
Madbouly also highlighted various achievements made during Egypt's chairmanship of the African Union (AU).
Convening under the patronage of President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, the Cairo meeting was attended by Minister of Justice Omar Marwan and Minister of State for Military Production Mohamed Said El-Assar along with heads and members of various judicial bodies, 35 delegations from African countries and international experts on constitutional jurisprudence.
Madbouly focused on Silencing the Guns as an example of the key initiatives to boost cooperation in Africa in addition to the AU institutional reform which was carried out during Egypt's chairmanship of the pan-African body.
He also tackled Egypt's efforts in promoting the aspirations of African countries at various international forums including Munich Security Conference and Beijing forum.