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Cairo: Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi on Tuesday received Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who is visiting Cairo as part of an overseas tour that will also take him to Jordan and then Turkey.

Al-Sisi and the Crown Prince discussed regional and international political issues of common interest, as well as ways to enhance Saudi-Egyptian relations in various areas.

The Egyptian presidential spokesman said the talks “fall within the framework of the deep and historic strategic partnership between Cairo and Riyadh, aimed at achieving security, stability, development and peace with a unified vision for the benefit of both countries.” Two brothers and sisters, and Arab and Islamic nations.

Saudi Arabia and Egypt on Tuesday signed 14 agreements totaling $7.7 billion, They cover important economic sectors such as energy, information technology, e-commerce, pharmaceuticals, infrastructure, cyber security, food, ports and logistics.

Among the most prominent deals are the Azlan Brothers Holding Group and Arab Group for Supply Chain signing an agreement to build the Egypt Petroleum Storage Center; AquaPower signed an agreement with Electricity Holding Company of Egypt to generate 1,100 MW of clean energy; and Azlan Brothers and Sami Saad Group signed an agreement to invest in renewable energy and water desalination.