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Foreign pool report #4 POTUS and the President of Egypt
Nadia Bilbassy • Al Arabiya
May 21, 2017: 11:09 AM


President Abdul Farah Al Sisi made a statement in Arabic via a translator, he thanked POTUS for the strategic relationship and assured him that "Egypt is secure, able and a stable county with the cooperation of the United States".

He praised POTUS as "a unique personality who is capable of the impossible" which made POTUS happy with a big smile and a spontaneous response, "I agree" everyone laughed.

Sisi invited POTUS to Egypt, The President responded favorably indicating that he will visit soon.

Spotted in the room on the Egyptian side is Foreign Minister and former ambassador to Washington, Sameh Shukri. Head of the intelligence service whom I didn't get his name.

Dina Powell who is of Egyptian origin and was in the room were smiling when POTUS said he will visit Egypt.

POTUS made a reference to the Egyptian Aid worker, Aya who was detained in Egypt for almost 3 years and was released recently upon a request from POTUS.

"the America people appreciated that ".

Sisi whom POTUS addressed as (General) using his military title smiled widely.



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