US National Intelligence Director, Egypt President discuss intelligence cooperation

Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi met on Wednesday in Washington with director of US National Intelligence Daniel Coats, where they discussed intelligence cooperation, the Egyptian presidency announced.
The two discussed the latest developments in the Middle East and the war on terrorism, as well as increasing intelligence cooperation and exchanging information between Egypt and the US to bolster international and regional efforts in the fight against terrorism.
On Monday, El-Sisi met President Donald Trump, who vowed to provide Egypt with firm backing and cooperation in the fight against terrorism.
Trump gave El-Sisi a warm welcome at the Oval Office, moving to mend relations strained under the administration of his predecessor, Barack Obama.
He said El-Sisi is doing a “fantastic job” in Egypt.

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