Egyptian President and Trump Pledging Mutual Allegiance

Two years of wrecked diplomatic relations and indirect exchange of accusations on international platforms, has been the status of the U.S and Egyptian liaisons.

The previous executive cabinet of the United States of America didn’t appreciate watching its North-African ally undergoing a coup d’état, disposing a US-friendly regime; replacing it with a Russian leaning government proceeding with mass constitutional and human rights violations.

The military rule imposed after the counter-revolutionary wave did not welcome the critiques of the global hegemonic power and pictured them to its populous to be the most significant foreign threat behind all miseries the nation is suffering from.

Warming up the frozen contact

This status quo has expired with the inauguration of the 45th president of U.S.A Mr. Donald Trump, reversing the vision of the Oval Office in most of its domestic and foreign policy.

The new head of state is showing controversial praise and support to inhuman counterparts on the state level, in the name of global stability and U.S interests.

Intentions of contentious external moves have been in the air of Washington, predating the presidential elections, as the real estate mogul campaigned on the rhetoric of rapprochement to Russia and several other ruthless regimes.

Confidence and Cooperation

The president of the geopolitically and strategically critical nation of Egypt, Abd-El-Fattah El-Sisi, is visiting the US Capital, following the invitation of Mr.Trump, in an unprecedented move since the downturn of relations in 2013.

The two presidents have been endorsing each other since their meeting aside of the UN General Assembly last year, as well as Sisi was the first one to congratulate the new American president  on his first day in office.

The meeting that gathered them both yesterday, was crowned by their mutual support and the underlining of the latter to his confidence and backing to the earlier in his confrontation with the phenomenon of radical entities in the region.

They agreed on common initiatives that had to be taken in the Middle East and on their tight cooperation on all aspects of the process.