Egyptian President Sisi approves the charter of the Red Sea Gulf of Aden Council of Arab African States
According to Egyptian media reports, Egyptian President Sisi issued a presidential decree on the 25th, approving the charter of the Arab-African Red Sea Gulf of Aden Council agreed in January this year.
In January this year, the foreign ministers of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden countries held a meeting in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, and decided to establish the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden National Council and signed the charter for the establishment of the Council.
Its members include Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Yemen, and Jordan. , Eritrea, Djibouti and Somalia 8 Arab and African countries.
The Egyptian media reported that the council aims to improve the level of cooperation among participating countries, coordinate political positions, strengthen security cooperation between countries, and promote economic, trade and investment relations.