Mubarak embarks today on his visit to U.S. and Europe
Egypt-USA, Politics, 4/8/2004
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak embarks today on a visit to the US for talks with President George W. Bush on developments in the Middle East.
President Mubarak is also due to meet with some European leaders to discuss means of realizing security and stability in the region.
Mubarak will stop in London before heading for Houston to meet U.S. President Bush on April 12.
The Mubarak-Bush summit will take up the Palestinian issue and the developments in the Palestinian territories and means to implement the roadmap plan to solve the Palestinian- Israeli conflict and establish a Palestinian and Israeli states, living side by side in peace.
President Mubarak will stress necessity to stop the Israeli unilateral practices and to have the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza as part of the roadmap plan.
The talks will also dwell on the situation in Iraq, stressing necessity to enable the Iraqi people rule themselves and to give the UN a robust role in Iraq.
The issue of international terrorism will also rank high on the agenda of talks between the two leaders, highlighting necessity to have the cooperation of the international community to hold a world conference to conclude an agreement binding to all countries.
President Mubarak will also discuss the bilateral strategic cooperation between Egypt and the U.S. and means to increase U.S. investments in Egypt and open the U.S. markets before the Egyptian products.
Sharif and Qabshi on the Greater criticize the Greater ME initiative
Maher postpones his visit to Washington because of heart problems
A Jewish league boycotts a meeting with Mubarak
Please add a link on your webiste pointing to ArabicNews.com and bookmark ArabicNews.com & subscribe to our daily email news bulletin.
| Advertise on ArabicNews.com. MyFlowers.com sold more than $2700 of flowers in one month advertising on ArabicNews.com! Make your company, and products a success. Special rate for new and small business. Inquire!Advertising Info