Saudi and Egyptian FMs Confer on Bilateral Ties and Regional Developments

Saudi and Egyptian FMs Confer on Bilateral Ties and Regional Developments

Rio de Janeiro, The Gulf Observer: On Wednesday, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan engaged in diplomatic talks with his Egyptian counterpart, Sameh Shoukry, during the sidelines of the G20 foreign ministers’ meeting hosted in Rio de Janeiro.

The Saudi Press Agency reported that the ministers focused their discussions on evaluating and strengthening the bilateral relationship between Saudi Arabia and Egypt across various domains. The talks aimed to explore avenues for enhancing cooperation in diverse fields, emphasizing the shared commitment of both nations to bolstering their ties.

In addition to the bilateral agenda, the ministers delved into the most recent regional and international developments. A significant portion of the discussions centered on the ongoing situation related to Israel’s military actions in Gaza. The exchange of insights and perspectives on these critical issues underscored the mutual concern and commitment of Saudi Arabia and Egypt to regional stability and peace.

The meeting was attended by key diplomatic representatives, including Saudi Ambassador to Brazil, Faisal Ghulam, and the Assistant Director General of the Foreign Minister’s Office, Walid Al-Smail. Their presence reflected the significance of the discussions and the collaborative efforts to navigate regional challenges and opportunities.

As the G20 foreign ministers’ meeting serves as a platform for constructive dialogue on global issues, the talks between Prince Faisal bin Farhan and Sameh Shoukry contribute to the ongoing diplomatic efforts within this international framework.