Iran, Egypt review issues of mutual interest

Iran, Egypt review issues of mutual interest

Ahmad Faisal Muhamad, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Egypt in the UN in Geneva, and his Iranian counterpart Ali Bahraini discussed issues of the agenda of the UN and other international bodies.

“Al-Ahram Newspaper” reported that the two envoys reviewed essential issues on the agenda of the United Nations and other specialized institutions.

In recent years, Iran has repeatedly expressed its interest in developing relations with Egypt and has tried to send positive signals in line with the implementation of the policy of expanding ties with the regional countries.

Although the relations between these two countries have faced ups and downs in different eras, Iran and Egypt are two important countries in the Middle East.

Despite some differences, Iran and Egypt enjoy common interests in the economic field, regional security, the Middle East political issues, and the Islamic world.