Karim Abdel Salam: Egypt is keen to communicate its vision to all the important blocs in the world

Karim Abdel Salam: Egypt is keen to communicate its vision to all the important blocs in the world
Karim Abdel Salam: Egypt is keen to communicate its vision to all the important blocs in the world

The journalist writer Karim Abdel Salam, Executive Editor-in-Chief of the Seventh Day, stressed that the Romanian-Egyptian relations are one of the forms of expression of the Egyptian policy during the era of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, which pursues the policy of building bridges with all the blocs and bridges around the world and establishing balanced relations with these blocs based on the Egyptian position. And the Egyptian vision of various issues.

The Executive Editor-in-Chief of the Seventh Day added, through a telephone interview with Extra News Channel: We know that the world is no longer divided into two camps, the West led by the United States of America and the East led by Russia and China, but the world, even Europe, is divided into a group of blocs, axes, and a group of countries with common interests, and therefore it is necessary to go to all blocs. And to communicate the Egyptian vision to all the blocs so that Egypt can be heard and the Egyptian vision to be communicated to the various circles of influence.

The journalist and writer Karim Abdel Salam added that the Balkans and Eastern Europe are among the influential regions and include countries within the European Union, and we know that the European Union has positions based on positions as a result of pressures from certain blocs or makes subjective decisions towards that or that country due to the lack of a vision The state and its decisions in a correct manner, and the Egyptian state is working to communicate its vision regarding files of a common nature and external files strongly and effectively in various blocs and countries.

 
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