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Parliament speaker hails deeply-rooted relations with Ghana.

FILE -- Parliament Speaker Ali Abdel Aal CAIRO, Mat 12 (MENA) - House of Representatives Speaker Ali Abdel Aal hailed as firm and deeply-rooted Egypt's relations with Ghana since their late leaders Gamal Abdel Nasser and Kwame Nkrumah. Speaking at a meeting with his counterpart of Ghana Aaron Mike Ocquaye, Abdel Aal asserted that Ghana is a pivotal state in western Africa, given its splendid political experience. He expressed Cairo's appreciation for the economic experience of the African country, hoping the parliaments of both states will promote bilateral relations to service joint interests. Ocquaye, for his part, hailed Egypt's leading role in Africa, citing its support for the past national liberation movements in the continent.

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Publication:Egypt Today
Geographic Code:6GHAN
Date:May 12, 2019
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