Following a meeting between Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and US President Donald Trump in Washington this week, a senior Trump administration official briefed reporters and said that human rights concerns would be handled in a "private, more discreet way".
Those relations have been called "strategic", but for those willing to embrace reality they can also be called ineffective and counter-productive. "He's done a fantastic job in a very hard situation", Trump said.
Al-Sisi is scheduled to meet with the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Devin Nunes, and with the chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Ed Royce, as well as House Speaker, Paul Ryan. These include geography, economic bulk, military power, political impact and initiative, cultural and intellectual leadership of the Arab world, and the sort of national self-confidence that only emanates from a genuine nation-state's assets, actions, and attitudes.
Neither Spicer nor either leader made any mention of human rights, one of the chief stumbling blocks to warmer ties during Obama's presidency. Check back for more as Trump continues to tweet.
El-Sisi's warm White House reception was in stark contrast to the frosty relationship he had with former President Barack Obama.
President El-Sisi expressed appreciation for the "fruitful cooperation" between the government and the International Monetary Fund, according to a press release by his office. Russian Federation also plans to build Egypt's first nuclear plant as per an agreement signed in late 2015."In my opinion, Trump will attempt to convince Sisi to turn to the US instead of Russian Federation that elevated its partnership with the Middle East country during the rift of Egyptian-American relations", Ghobashy told Xinhua. "And there is seriousness and responsible actions in facing extremism and terrorism in the region".
Bad thing. Happening all over the world.
The United States is prepared to offer assistance to Russian Federation that it may require in investigating this crime, he said.