In the framework of consultation and discussion on recent developments globally and locally, Interim President Adly Mansour send massages to Presidents of Lebanon, Burundi, Ministers of Spain, Mozambique and Swaziland's King.
In Burundi, Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza lauded deeply-rooted relations between his country and Egypt, the two Nile-basin states.
This came in a meeting between Egyptian presidential envoy Mona Omar and Nkurunziza. She delivered the Burundian president a message from Adly Mansour on political developments in Egypt following the June 30 protest and the announced roadmap plan.
Moreover, Lebanese President Michel Soliman received a message from Mansour explaining the latest developments in Egypt and the roadmap for the future which has been approved by the political powers.
The message, handed over by Egypt's Ambassador to Lebanon Ashraf Hamdi on Wednesday 31/7/2013, stressed Egypt's keenness on promoting the establishment of a civil democratic society based on respect of the State of law and plurality without any discrimination.
Meantime, Spain expressed its total support to Egypt's democratic transition and its readiness to offer all possible help in this direction.
This came in a meeting between Egyptian Ambassador to Spain Ayman Zin al-Din and the Spanish Minister of State at the Cabinet.
On the other hand, Manosur received Eritrean Foreign Minister Osman Saleh at the Presidential Palace in Heliopolis on Wednesday 31/7/2013, said Presidential media adviser Ahmed el-Meslemani.
The meeting discussed ways of boosting ties between Egypt and Eritrea, added el-Meslemani.
King of Swaziland Mswati III received a message from Mansour during a meeting with presidential envoy Ibrahim Ali Hassan, who is currently on a tour of a number of African countries, to explain the incidents which have taken place in Egypt since June 30 Revolution.
Hassan has already met with President of Mozambique Armando Guebuza and delivered him a similar message from President Mansour.