Saudi Arabia and Egypt decides to build a joint Bridge over the Red Sea: Boosting trade, says Saudi King Salman

Cairo: Yesterday, on 8th April, the Saudi King- Salman found announcing that a bridge to link Saudi Arabia with Egypt will be built over the Red Sea for speeding up the trade, because the two countries signed around Seventeen agreements for enhancing bilateral ties.

It was seen that, yesterday, Saudi King joined a televised joint conference with President of Egypt- Abdel Fattah el- Sisi on the second day of his visit, the said Saudi King who is about Eighty- years old found stated that the building of the said bridge would be targeting at the escalating the trade exchange between these two countries. Not only this it will also allow them to connect the two countries. Moreover, as per suggestions of the Egyptian President- Sisi, the bridge be named as “King Salman bin Abdel Aziz Bridge”.

While announcing such event of building a Bridge over the Red Sea, the Saudi King Salman found stated that “I agreed with my brother his Excellency President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to build a bridge connecting the two countries.” He also added that this step is being “step to connect the two continents, Africa and Asia, is a qualitative transformation that will increase trade between the two continents to unprecedented levels.”

It was also seen yesterday, that these two countries have also signed Seventeen agreements in which the agreement including one for establishing King Salman Ibn Abdel Aziz University in Sinai, another for building a residential buildings in Sinai and also for developing the Kesr el-Eini hospital in Cairo along with other proposals were seen. While so, the King has also declared the construction of the huge bridge over the Red sea as shown herein above, along with Egyptian President.

While, in the Speech, the Egyptian President- Sisi also offered greetings to the King Salman of Saudi and also sought to describing his visit as “historical” for the country.

It was seen that the Saudi King- Salman has arrived in Egypt, a day before yesterday, i.e. on Thursday for a five-day visit considering to be the first official visit of Saudi King to the Egypt since he came to the throne in the last year.

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