Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El –Sisi has stated that India and Egypt are ready to take strong action to control cross-border terrorism.
Both leaders further decided to elevate bilateral relations to a strategic partnership.
“We’ve decided that under India-Egypt Strategic Partnership we will develop a long-term framework for greater cooperation in the fields of politics, security, economics & science,” the PM added.
PM Modi further added that Terrorism is a concern for Egypt and India. Both nations concur that serious measures must be taken to curb international terrorism. We collaborated during the Covid outbreak to fulfil the demands of both nations.
PM Modi said, “Abdul Fateh will be the Chief Guest on Republic Day. I am happy that the Egyptian military contingent will also be participating in the parade.”
Modi also added that Jt exercise training and capacity building between us has increased. We’ll also work together to prevent the misuse of the internet to foment radicalization and terrorism. We also talked about the supply chain that was hampered by the COVID and Ukraine crises.
Whereas, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El –Sisi said, “I met PM Modi in 2015 in New York and I had full confidence in him. I knew he will take his nation forward. I have invited Prime Minister Modi to Cairo, Egypt to take our relationship forward.”