Saturday, January 26, 2013

Ahmadinejad to Visit Egypt

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will visit Egypt for the first time to take part in a meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation on 6 February, Fars News Agency reported today.

Ahmadinejad will meet with Egypt President Mohammed Morsi and Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas during his visit. He will visit Egypt for the first time. Earlier, Morsi visited Tehran in 2012 to take part in a meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement. Two countries cut diplomatic relations in 1980.

File photo: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at a conference in Baku, October 2012. (IRNA)


B.M.A said...

THE isolation of the great Nation of Iran is indeed working!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Maybe Meymoon Ahmaghnejad will share Iran's super advanced amputating machines with his counterpart Morsi?

Anonymous said...

It is logical for Iran and Egypt to normalize realtions as they are pivotal nations in a region going through rapid transformation. Egypt and Iran by the sheer dint of size are natural leaders. They should coordinate their policies towards the elimination of Zionist cancer and non-interference from foreigners in the Muslim world. This is bound to happen.

Anonymous said...

Dream on pal.