This Week in Egypt: Week 30-2020 ( July 20-26)


Top Headlines

  • Egypt says Sisi and Trump agree on need to maintain Libya ceasefire 
  • Egypt and France conduct naval drill in Mediterranean
  • Egypt’s Sisi discuses Libya, East Mediterranean developments with Greek PM
  • Ethiopia wants non-binding agreement on GERD
  • Egypt rejects unilateralism compromising right to Nile water, Sisi tells South African counterpart
  • Egyptian military foils terrorist attack in North Sinai
  • Zero new coronavirus cases are recorded in Red Sea and South Sinai

 

Sukhoi

( First batch of the Egyptian air force Sukhoi Su-35 fighter jets)

Main Headlines

 Monday

  • ‪Egypt says Sisi and Trump agree on need to maintain Libya ceasefire
  • Egypt’s parliament unanimously gives a mandate for military intervention in Libya if necessarily
  • Turkey sent missiles used against Syrian Army to Libya for upcoming Sirte battle
  • Turkey: We are not seeking a confrontation with Egypt or France in Libya
  • Davutoglu: Confrontation With Egypt In Libya Will Not Be Good For Turkey

Tuesday

Wednesday

  • Ethiopia makes controversial statements on filling GERD one day after agreeing to continue AU-sponsored negotiations
  • Turkey says any Libya ceasefire deal requires Haftar withdrawal
  • Zero new coronavirus cases are recorded in Red Sea, South Sinai in the Last 24 Hours
  • Egypt extends operating hours of cafes, restaurants until midnight from July 26

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

  • Egypt rejects unilateralism compromising right to Nile water, Sisi tells South African counterpart
  • Egypt and France conduct naval drill in Mediterranean: Military spokesperson
  • Egypt’s Sisi, Ukraine’s Zelensky discuss Libyan crisis
  • Six defendants are referred to criminal court over sexual abuse of Egyptian TikTok teenager
  • Egypt’s South Sinai, Red Sea nature reserves to reopen with half-price tickets

Sunday

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