In the 75th year of diplomatic relations between India and Egypt, the President-elect of Egypt, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, has been invited as the chief guest at the Republic Day celebrations of India.
The President of Egypt has been invited as the chief guest on the occasion of Republic Day on 26 January 2023. Abdel Fattah El Sisi is the sixth President from Egypt. In fact, India and Egypt are celebrating the 75th anniversary of the establishment of their diplomatic relations this year. That’s why Prime Minister Narendra Modi had sent an invitation to the President of Egypt to visit India in 2022 itself.
According to the Secretary of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, formal relations between India and Egypt were established on 15 August 1947, just three days after the country gained independence. This year marks 75 years of that relationship. Thus, this year is special for formal relations between India and Egypt. He said, in these 75 years the relations between India and Egypt have strengthened. Also, this year India has decided to invite Egypt as the guest country during the G-20 presidency.
The visit of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to India is a golden opportunity for both the countries to forge a new partnership. Egyptian Ambassador to India Wael Mohamed Awad Hamed has said about this visit that “this visit will create a new partnership between the two countries at the economic, political, bilateral and international level.” The Egyptian ambassador even said that the friendship between Modi-CC would surpass the Nehru-Nasser friendship. In fact, in the past, the friendship between Egyptian President Abdul Nasser and Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru used to be in international headlines.
Who is Abdul Fateh al-Sisi
El-Sisi is the democratically elected President of Egypt. He was born in 1954 in Al-Gamaliyah, which is located near the Jewish Quarter of Cairo’s Old City. Al-Sisi once said in a TV interview that “I was born and grew up in an area where there was cultural diversity and I used to see synagogues in the Jewish quarter.” Al-Sisi underwent military training at the UK Joint Services Command and Staff College in 1992 and received a master’s degree from the US Army War College in Pennsylvania in 2006.
El Sisi returned to Egypt in 2008 as chief of staff of the Northern Military Region, after serving as chief of security at the Military Office in Saudi Arabia. In February 2011, shortly after the Egyptian Revolution, when the military took control of the country, al-Sisi was appointed as the head of military intelligence.
beginning of political life
In 2012, then-President Mohamed Morsi appointed al-Sisi as Minister of Defense and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces. The very next year, President Morsi had to leave his post due to public protests and an army mutiny. Meanwhile, al-Sisi issued a 48-hour ultimatum to the president to meet the demands of the people or to hold early elections. At the same time, he also announced quoting the army that Adli Mansour, Chief Justice of the Supreme Constitutional Court, will take over the government until a new government is formed.
President for the first time in 2014
After Morsi was removed, Adly Mansour was asked to take charge of Egypt. After this, it was announced to hold elections ahead of schedule. Many people in the country had urged General Sisi to present his claim for the post of President. In fact, General Sisi had a very important role in the removal of President Muhammad Mursi, who belonged to the Muslim Brotherhood. This was followed by presidential elections in Egypt in May 2014. In it, al-Sisi won against leftist rival Hamdeen Sabbahi. And he was elected the President of the country. Explain that the term of the President in Egypt is four years.
Became President for the second time in 2018
In 2014, al-Sisi stood for elections for the first time. In his address to the nation, he said, “I have spent my whole life as a soldier for the country. I am telling you that I want to run for President of Egypt, and with your support I can do it.” Will get respect.” Al-Sisi did not belong to any political party then. Despite this, al-Sisi won the presidential election on 3 June 2014 with 96.9 percent of the vote. Al-Sisi is very popular in Egypt. So in the 2018 general elections also he got about 97 percent of the votes and was re-elected as the President of Egypt.
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