Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi headed to Germany on Thursday morning to attend the Munich Security Conference, which will begin on Friday.
The Spokesman for the Presidency of the Republic in Egypt, Bassam Radi, confirmed that the Egyptian President will present during his speech Egypt's vision of ways to reach political solutions to the various crises in the Middle East region.
The Egyptian president's visit to Germany will also include intensive activities, where he is scheduled to meet with a number of heads of state and government to strengthen bilateral relations between Egypt and their countries in various fields.
Sisi will also meet with business leaders and heads of companies in Germany and around the world as part of Egypt's efforts to encourage investment, boost development efforts, review developments in Egypt's economic reform and developments in development projects under way.
The Munich Security Conference was held for the first time in 1963, amid a gray atmosphere full of conflicts and wars of the Agency similar to these days, especially during the Cold War between the Eastern and Western blocs.
Source: Egyptian Today + Agencies