Head of National Security Bureau, Major-General Ali Mamlouk, visited Cairo upon an invitation made by senior Egyptian officials.

During the 1-day visit, Mr. Mamlouk met Major-General Khalid Fawzi, deputy head of Egyptian National Security Agency, along with other security officials.

The two parties held prolonged talks whereby they agreed on mutual coordination both on political and security levels to counter the terror attacks which currently hit the two states.

The visit comes as ties between Egypt and Saudi Arabia – the main backer of anti-Assad forces – have recently deteriorated after Egypt voted for a Russian draft resolution on Syria at the UN Security Councils last week.

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Well, the ties between Egypt and KSA have soured at the point that Aramco stopped oil deliveries. KSA is now threatening to back the infamous Muslim Brotherhood against al-Sissi… Seems Egypt will have another source to get oil… Now, KSA may intend a proxy war too but… They’re creating themselves more and more enemies : Yemen in the south, Iran in the East, Iraq and Syria in the north, Israel and Lebanon in the NE, if Egypt has enough of the s**t KSA is doing too, KSA will simply be simply encircled. If Oman gets pissed too -they’re already neutral… Read more »