CAIRO — Egyptian, Bahraini and Jordanian Presidents stressed on Sunday the deep brotherly relations and the importance of strengthening strategic relations to best serve their common goals.
This came during the tripartite summit held by Egyptian President AbdulFattah El-Sisi with king of Bahrain Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa and King of Jordan Abdullah II, said the official spokesman of the Egyptian Presidency Ambassador Bassam Radhi.
He added that the leaders welcome the summit that Saudi Arabia will host between the leaders of the GCC countries, Egypt, Jordan, Iraq and the USA.
The discussions the leaders had included the brotherly bonds and ways of bilateral cooperation between the three countries towards several different matters of common interest, as well as the latest development regionally and internationally, added Radhi.
President El-Sisi said that he looks forward to strengthening relations with Bahrain and Jordan, and the kings of Bahrain and Jordan said that they are keen to cooperate with Egypt on a strategic level to benefit the three countries in achieving their common goals.
The regional security and restoring the region’s balance depends on theses relations, considering the importance of Egypt, Bahrain and Jordan regionally and internationally, added the spokesman. — Agencies