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The drills kick off in Sudan with the participation of units from Egypt's air forces and special forces

Farid said the rapid development in the nature of threats and challenges facing the Egyptian and Sudanese national security increases the necessity and imperative of not only cooperation but also strategic coordination

No injuries or losses have occurred, the Official Army Spokesperson confirmed

The Sudanese commander inspected the forces involved in the Egyptian-Sudanese training, dubbed ‘Nile Eagles – 1’ and hailed the harmony showed by the forces of both countries

The forces conducted a number of training activities, including sailing formations that are used in various combat missions

The naval vessels and units participating in the drill departed from Alexandria Naval Base in formation on their way to the Black Sea

The exercise conducted between the two neighbouring countries for the first time, extends until 26 November

Egypt's security forces have been fighting terrorists based in the northern part of the Sinai Peninsula since 2013

The T-1 training was the joint amphibious exercise between Egypt and the UK

'There is no information to indicate the crash was anything except an accident,' the MFO stated

The participants at the 13th Ordinary Meeting also welcomed the Cairo Roadmap on Enhancing Peacekeeping Operations proposed by Egypt in the earlier version of the STCDSS meeting

As the countdown to the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum begins, Al-Ahram Weekly looks at obstacles on the road to reaching an agreement

Running through 11 November, T-1 targets exchanging expertise with navies of other friendly countries

Farid and Heappey also discussed the latest developments in Libya and the Eastern Mediterranean region, counter-terrorism efforts, and future chances for conducting joint exercises

General Zaki's visit comes in response to an invitation from his Portuguese counterpart João mes CGoravinho to promote military cooperation between the two countries

The Egyptian armed forces’ chief of staff arrived in Khartoum on Saturday per an invitation of his Sudanese counterpart to hold talks on joint cooperation

The talks are set to continue on Sunday with an extensive meeting that will see a review of the outcomes of previous talks and sets a time frame for implementation

There are predictions that the outputs of the Libyan military path (5+5) in Geneva are an advanced step towards creating a favourable atmosphere necessary for a new political process

According to the statement, the passengers included 48 men, six women and three children. The nationality breakdown was 31 Iraqis, 23 Iranians, two Turks, and one Egyptian

The drills lasted for several days as part of the annual plan for combat training of formations and units on occasion of the celebrations of the 47th anniversary of the October War victory

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