Egyptian Prime Minister: Our proposal aims to reach a permanent solution to establish a Palestinian state
Egyptian Prime Minister: Israeli policy will have dire consequences
The Egyptian House of Representatives renews the mandate for President Sisi to maintain national security
The Egyptian Parliament rejects the forced displacement of Palestinians from Gaza
Egypt wants to establish a truce in Gaza for a period of 5 days, subject to extension
Egyptian Minister of Health: We continue to receive wounded, injured and sick Palestinians to provide medical care
Standard & Poor's: Egypt may suffer from a shortage of gas supplies due to the effects of the war
Standard & Poor's: "The Gaza war hinders Israel's gas exports to Egypt and Jordan."
Israeli media quoted a member of the mini-ministerial council: There will be no prisoner exchange without Egyptian leadership to mediate
Egyptian media: Ambulances entered Gaza from the Rafah crossing to transport premature babies to the Egyptian side
Egyptian Foreign Minister Lifting the siege on Gaza is not the responsibility of Arab and Islamic countries alone
Egyptian Foreign Minister: We have a strong will to reject any form of displacement of Palestinians
Griffiths: We have 460 trucks ready to enter the Gaza Strip from the Rafah crossing
Egyptian Foreign Minister: The two-state solution is the only way to end the conflict
Egyptian Foreign Minister: A ceasefire must be reached in Gaza
Egyptian Foreign Minister: The Rafah crossing is open and has not been closed since the beginning of the escalation
The Egyptian President discusses by phone with his Russian counterpart developments in the situation in Gaza and Egyptian efforts to calm the situation
Egyptian Foreign Minister: The statements of the Israeli Finance Minister regarding the displacement of Palestinians are unacceptable and violate international law
Israeli media: A high-level Israeli delegation arrives in Cairo to discuss the exchange deal
4 week ago
Another extraordinary meeting in Riyadh: Iran's President Raisi met with Egypt's President al-Sisi
A Hamas leader: Our delegation to Egypt discussed ways to stop Israel's aggression
Hamas: We call on Egypt and the Arab countries to put pressure to keep the Rafah crossing open
Egyptian Presidency: President Sisi and the Emir of Qatar reviewed the best ways to protect civilians in Gaza and stop the bloodshed.
Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh met today with the head of Egyptian intelligence, Abbas Kamal, in Cairo, together with senior members of the organization, Khaled Meshal and Khalil al-Hiya
Egyptian Foreign Minister: What Israel is doing goes beyond self-defense
Turkish President Erdoğan:"So far, we have shipped 10 plane loads of humanitarian aid materials exceeding 230 tons to El-Arish Airport with the support of our Egyptian brothers."
1 month ago
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi met with CIA director Bill Burns and rejected a proposal for the North African country to manage security in the Gaza Strip until the Palestinian Authority can take over after Hamas’s defeat, according to senior Egyptian officials. - WSJ
Guterres: We are in constant contact with Egypt to deliver humanitarian aid to Gaza, and the situation is very catastrophic there. Guterres: The number of civilians killed in the Gaza Strip shows that there is a clear error in Israeli military operations.
Egyptian Red Crescent: 75 aid trucks crossed the Al-Auja crossing for inspection in preparation for their entry into Gaza.
The first group of Canadians was evacuated from the Gaza Strip to Egypt