Alaa Thabet's Articles

South Korean President Moon Jae-in believes Egypt is a magnet for global investments with a huge potential for growth. This is why the two countries inked a comprehensive partnership agreement during President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi’s visit to Seoul in March 2016.

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, who will be starting an official visit to Egypt on 1 December, spoke to Al-Ahram's editor-in-chief on a host of issues including fostering economic and political cooperation between the two countries, strengthening Spanish-Egyptian strategic partnership in the Mediterranean region, providing coronavirus vaccines to Egypt, and efforts to achieve security and stability in Libya.

Yemen’s Prime Minister, Maeen Abdulmalik, called upon the international community to exercise the maximum pressure, including sanctions, against the Houthi militias.

The western concept of human rights might be different, especially in its focus on political rights, given that they have made greater strides in economic development and achieved an advanced level in several social aspects

Iraq, which has been a hotspot for destruction, calamities, and regional disputes, is now leading the region towards peace, development, and prosperity

The Iraqi PM spoke to Al-Ahram daily's editor-in-chief Alaa Thabet about the trilateral summit of the heads of state of Iraq, Jordan and Egypt in addition to domestic and foreign issues in a wide-ranging interview

The military and security deal between Egypt and Sudan is not meant to be against anyone. It is meant to be a deterrent to safeguard the stability and security of the two countries

El-Sisi said everyone has the right to choose their religion; it is a basic right that should be respected and 'no one should be forced to embrace a certain faith'

A brief statement made by President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi laid the foundation for strong security cooperation

The Prophet Muhammad’s message, meant for all humanity, was one of mercy and forgiveness — a message greater than anyone who seeks to hurt it

Egyptians understood the 'wicked' conspiracy to dismantle the country and realised they are on the right path to development and they will overcome the difficulties to attain prosperity

The Brotherhood is looking at the 'straw,' or the negative effects of the harsh construction procedures taking place in Egypt, but unable to see the strong and blinding sticks in the eyes of their sponsors in Turkey and Qatar

Ali Abdel-Aal, the speaker of the House of Representatives, spoke about domestic and foreign issues in a wide-ranging interview with Alaa Thabet, the editor-in-chief of Al-Ahram daily

Tijjani Muhammad-Bande, president of the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly, talks with Alaa Thabet about Africa’s pressing challenges and Egypt’s successful chairmanship of the African Union

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