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Freedom and Justice Party Receives Italy’s Prime Minister Tuesday
Freedom and Justice Party Receives Italy’s Prime Minister Tuesday
Dr. Morsi holds talks, Tuesday, with Italian PM Mario Monti, who started on Monday a two-day visit to Egypt as part of a Middle East tour.
Tuesday, April 10,2012 07:32

 Dr. Mohamed Morsi, Chairman of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), receives tomorrow, Tuesday 10 April 2012, prime minister of Italy Mario Monti, who is currently visiting Cairo.

Dr. Morsi expressed welcome to the forthcoming visit of the Italian PM to the FJP, underscoring the depth of bilateral relations between Egypt and Italy. He stressed Egypt's sincere appreciation of the Italian role in supporting the democratic transition in Egypt after the revolution and its willingness to support the Egyptian economy in the next phase.
tags: Morsi / Freedom and Justice Party / FJP / Revolution / Middle East / Egyptian Economy
Posted in FJP News , International Affairs  
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