This Week in Egypt: Week 45-2021 ( Nov 8-14)


Top headlines

  • US, Egypt conclude first ‘strategic dialogue’ under Biden
  • World powers press for Libya elections but disputes remain
  • Sisi calls for withdrawal of all foreign troops from Libya
  • Israel, Egypt to increase military presence along Egypt’s Rafah border
  • Egypt’s Shoukry lays out steps for Syria to re-enter Arab fold
  • Egypt to host COP27 international climate conference in 2022
  • Egypt bans import of Tuk-tuk components
  • Storms in south Egypt unleash scorpions, leave 3 dead and dozens hospitalized
  • Population of Egypt’s capital Cairo exceeds 10 million

Main Headlines

Monday

  • Israel’s IDF generals travel to Sinai for rare public meeting with Egyptian army
  • Egypt, Israel agree on more Egypt border forces in Sinai
  • Blinken says Egypt has more ‘issues of concern’ on human rights ahead of dialogue
  • Egyptian FM tells US Secretary Blinken that partnership with US indispensable for preservation of peace  
  • Egypt’s Sisi, and France’s Macron discuss preparations for Libya International Conference in Pari

Tuesday 

  • Blinken: US agrees with Egypt on mercenaries withdrawal from Libya
  • Egypt and France confirm support for political process in Libya leading to the elections
  • Egypt’s Shoukry lays out steps for Syria to re-enter Arab fold
  • New central bank regulations will allow customers to make digital bank transfers for the first time

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

  • Egypt to host COP27 international climate conference in 2022
  • Sisi calls for withdrawal of all foreign troops from Libya

Saturday

Sunday

 Reports

Statement

From Twitter

Plus

Mohamed Salah shows his class after being targeted by pitch invaders

About nervana111

Doctor, blogger and Commentator on Middle East issues. The only practising doctor who write in Middle Eastern politics in UK.
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