PM Modi's state visit to Egypt is over
PM Modi's state visit to Egypt is over

On June 25 in Cairo, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi met with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

In Cairo, Egypt, he paid his respects to the Indian troops who died in the First World War at the Heliopolis War Cemetery. He also went to Cairo’s Al-Hakim Mosque.


The Al-Hakim Mosque in Cairo, Egypt, is a historic and cultural landmark dating back to the 11th century. The mosque is a symbol of the common history and culture of India and Egypt.

The Dawoodi Bohra community’s unyielding devotion and assistance brought about the spectacular renovation of the Al-Hakim mosque, adding even more importance to the PM’s visit.The Al-Hakim mosque, with its centuries-long history, is a shining example of the blending of Indian and Egyptian civilizations.

On June 24 and 25, Prime Minister Modi will be in Egypt on a state visit.

After President El-Sisi attended India’s Republic Day festivities as the Chief Guest earlier this year, Prime Minister Modi is visiting Egypt as a show of goodwill. After President El-Sisi’s fruitful visit to India, the two countries decided to upgrade their relationship to that of a strategic partnership.

On Saturday, the PM met with his Egyptian counterpart, Mostafa Madbouly, for a roundtable discussion in Cairo.

After touching down in Egypt, the prime minister was greeted with cries of “Vande Mataram” and “Modi Modi” as he checked into a hotel in Cairo.

At the Ritz Carlton Hotel, many people from the Indian community gathered to see Prime Minister Narendra Modi.The Indian diaspora showed their support by waving the Tricolour and shouting “Modi Modi” and “Vande Mataram” There were also many young people among the emigrants. Many others also performed cultural shows and sung Indian music to greet PM Modi.



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