‘Egyptian Foreign Minister meets his Canadian counterpart to discuss bilateral relations,’ al-Mogaz (Egypt), 23 January 2014

The foreign ministers of Egypt and Canada met on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos to discuss regional issues in the Middle East of mutual interest, especially the crisis in Syria and Geneva II, as well as how to develop Egyptian-Canadian bilateral relations.

وزير الخارجية يلتقي بنظيره الكندي لبحث تطوير العلاقات بين البلدين

٢٣ يناير ٢٠١٤

التقى وزير الخارجية نبيل فهمي بنظيره الكندي جون بيرد، وذلك على هامش مشاركته في المنتدى الاقتصادي الدولي بدافوس

وصرح المتحدث الرسمي باسم وزارة الخارجية السفير بدر عبد العاطي، أن اللقاء تناول تطور العلاقات الثنائية بين مصر وكندا وسبل تطويرها في مختلف المجالات، فضلاً عن مناقشة القضايا الإقليمية ذات الاهتمام المشترك وفي مقدمتها الأزمة السورية وفي ضوء انعقاد مؤتمر جنيف 2 بما يؤدي إلي التوصل لحل سياسي يوقف نزيف الدماء ويحقق تطلعات الشعب السوري ويحفظ وحدة أراضيه

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Translation

Egyptian Foreign Minister meets his Canadian counterpart to discuss bilateral relations

23 January 2014

Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy met with his Canadian counterpart John Baird on the sidelines of the International Economic Forum in Davos.

Ambassador Bader Abdul Ati, official spokesman of the Foreign Ministry, explained that the meeting death with the development of bilateral relations between Egypt and Canada and ways to develop them in different fields. The two also discussed regional issues of mutual interest, namely the Syrian crisis in light of the Geneva II conference which aims to achieve a political solution ending the bloodshed, achieve the aspirations of the Syrian, and preserve the territorial integrity of Syria.

Translated by Kevin Moore.

Article available at al-Mogaz.

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