Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi received a letter from King Abdullah II of Jordan on Wednesday, voicing the kingdom's commitment to coordination on various issues.
The monarch's Adviser for Communication and Coordination Bisher Al-Khasawneh handed the letter to President El-Sisi during a meeting in Cairo.
Khasawneh conveyed the king's greetings to President El-Sisi, who commended the robust fraternal ties between the two countries, presidential spokesman Bassam Rady said.
El-Sisi said he looks forward to continued coordination with Jordan on various levels, especially in light of the challenges looming large in the region.
The two sides asserted the need to work for furthering economic cooperation and increasing trade exchange, the spokesman added.
Exchanging views on the latest regional developments, especially the situation in Libya and the Gulf region, they also agreed on the importance of consolidated efforts to de-escalate tensions and preserve Gulf security.