Bahrain Ambassador to Cairo praises His Majesty’s visit to Egypt
Manama, Sep. 16 (BNA): Bahrain’s Ambassador to EgyptCairo and Permanent Representative to the Arab League, Hisham bin Mohammad Al Jowder, has affirmed that today’s visit by His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa to the Arab Republic of Egypt and his talks with his brother, HE President Abdel Fattah E -Sisi, constitute a new qualitative leap in the ever-growing distinguished relations. He added that HM’s visit is a great momentum in that it would open new and promising horizons for the good and prosperity of the two brotherly countries, peoples and Arab nation. Ambassador Al-Jowder added that the visit has been greatly welcomed by the Egyptian leadership, government and people amid appreciation at all levels of the unflinching and pioneering stances of the Kingdom of Bahrain and its wise leadership in supporting the brotherly Arab Republic of Egypt in various circumstances and on multiple occasions, based on deep and strong relations and common bond to stand for the solid model of fraternal relations that should prevail between brothers. He affirmed that the Kingdom of Bahrain, under the leadership of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, stands wholeheartedly with Egypt, its leadership and its brotherly people against any attempt to impair Egyptian and Arab national security, adding that everyone knows the strength of this relationship that unites His Majesty the king and His Excellency President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi. “The relationship has been translated into action and everyone knows this fact and history testifies that the first Arab and international leader to visit the Arab Republic of Egypt after the June 30 revolution, specifically on July 1, 2013, was King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa,” said the ambassador. This visit came with love and appreciation from His Majesty the King to this great country, people and leadership, he said, explaining that the continuous contacts and permanent mutual visits between the leaders of the two countries reflect the progress of bilateral relations, cashing in on the royal visit, which is significant in terms of importance and timing, to be an additional factor in cementing bilateral ties. He added that it would contribute to the protection of the Arab national security through continuous exchange of views and consultation and activation of the signed agreements to cope with the rapid and successive changes taking place in the region and the world.