Al-Sisi to Allawi: We support Iraq in eliminating extremism
26/6/2018 12:00 am
[rtl]Baghdad / Al-Sabah
During his meeting with Vice President Iyad Allawi, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi affirmed his country's support for Iraq's efforts to eradicate extremism from its roots. The Egyptian President, Dr. Ahmed Al-Tayeb, said that Egypt and Iraq have historical ties and ties,
In a statement to his office, Bassam Radhi, a spokesman for the Egyptian presidency, said that al-Sisi had received Allawi in the presence of Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri and Egyptian intelligence chief Major General Abbas Kamel. "
Radhi added that al-Sisi stressed during the meeting his country's keenness to stand by Iraq and work to develop relations with him in various fields, praising the bilateral cooperation witnessed by the two countries.
During his meeting with Allawi, Al-Azhar Sheikh Ahmed Al-Tayeb stressed that Egypt and Iraq have historical ties and ties, and are the center of
Arab history and culture. This cultural and historical weight should be invested in favor of the Arab peoples
Al-Tayyib met with Vice President Iyad Allawi and his accompanying delegation and renewed support for Al-Azhar Al-Sharif for the unity of the Iraqi people and its national support and its support in the face of terrorism and division, and standing at one distance from all Sons of Iraq. And to regain its status as a leading country in the Arab world and the region.
He also stressed the readiness of the Al-Azhar to provide everything that would achieve unity and stability for the Iraqi people.
For his part, said Allawi: The positions of Al-Azhar characterized by wisdom and balance, and had an important role in the spoils conspiracies exposed to the Arab world, which aimed at sectarian division on sectarian and ethnic grounds, adding that the words of Tayeb and his speeches received the welcome and acceptance of all components of the Iraqi people, Its neutrality and balance and keenness on the unity of Iraq.[/rtl]
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