Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi met in Cairo with a group of leaders from major U.S. Jewish organisations to discuss the latest developments in the Middle East, the Egyptian presidency announced on Sunday.
Sisi told the delegation that reaching a complete and just solution for the Palestinian issue would end the Middle East conflict and usher in a new reality for the region, allowing for countries in the area to achieve economic and social development.
The Egyptian president also told the delegation that ending the Palestinian-Israeli conflict would put an end to one of the major justifications used by terrorist organisations to commit their attacks.
Sisi expressed during the meeting his keenness to meet with delegations representing different sectors of American society.
The meeting, which was attended by the head of Egypt’s General Intelligence Service Khaled Fawzy, also included discussion about U.S.-Egyptian bilateral relations, Egypt’s ongoing economic reforms and its war against terrorism.
The members of the delegation expressed their appreciation for Egypt’s vision, promising to relay that vision to the U.S. public and American decision makers.
Source: Ahram online