29 January 2013

Egypt: Foreign Minister, Nigerian President Discuss Bilateral Ties

Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr held talks on Monday 28/1/2013 with Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan on the sidelines of the 20th African Union Summit in Ethiopia.

The meeting took up means of boosting bilateral ties as well as regional and international issues of mutual concern.

Meantime, Amr left Addis Ababa, wrapping up a five-day visit to Ethiopia after taking part in the meetings of the Executive Council of the African Union and chaired the Egyptian delegation to the 20th session of the African summit.

On the sidelines of the summit, Amr held meetings with Sudan's Foreign Minister Ali Karti, Minister of Cabinet Affairs in South Sudan Deng Alor Koul, in addition to President of Ivory Coast Alassane Ouattara.

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