On 27 January 2019, President Omar al-Bashir visited Egypt and was accepted by President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who talked about the joint projects between the two countries, especially the electricity connection. and the discussions are about Al-Nahda. Both presidents emphasized the importance of the historical, cultural and social ties between the two countries and the relationship between them based on mutual respect, emphasizing the need to intensify cooperation between the two countries in different fields.
In July 2018, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi visited Sudan and was accepted by Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir Both sides discussed ways of improving the relationship between the two countries at political levels. , economic, security and cultural, as well as issues of common interest, particularly fighting terrorism and the Nile water file. The Ethiopian side and the strengthening of triangular cooperation and the rest of the Nile Basin countries in particular, and the African continent in general.
He discussed the latest developments in the countries of the region and ways of ending the conflict and bloodshed in Libya, Yemen, Syria and Iraq, and advances in the peace process in the Middle East under the Arab consistency of Palestinian matter. adhering to the two-state solution and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state on the boundaries of 1967.
In January 2017, a number of meetings were held between the presidents of Egypt and Sudan, and they also discussed the relationship between Egypt and Sudan, the historical links between the two countries, and the strengthening of the relationship between the Egyptians and the Sudan. two countries in each area.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri met with his Jewish colleague Ibrahim Ghandour on 20 December last year as part of his contribution to the fourth ministerial meeting between the Arab countries and the European Union.
On December 11 last year, Egyptian and Sudan Prime Ministers, together with a number of ministers, held several coordination meetings with Abdelmahmoud Abdel Halim, ambassador of Khartoum to Cairo to determine the level of official representation between the Egyptian and Sudan sides. Fathi al-Sisi to Omar al-Bashir.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri met with his fellow Jewish Member Ibrahim Ghandour at the Foreign Ministry in Egypt. Following the talks in Egypt-Sudan, there were ministerial meetings of the Egyptian-Sudan Joint Committee. Egypt's side of Egyptian-Sudan's consular committee meetings in Khartoum. The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Secretary, Ambassador Abdul Ghani Al-Naim, is for the kind invitation of the diplomatic delegation in Egypt to hold the consular committee for the first time in Khartoum, referring to the strong links between the two. a country that cannot be affected by any short-lived or individual problems that may arise between the other in February 28 last year.
Hassabo Abdulrahman, Sudan's Vice President, described Egyptian-Sudan's strategic relations as strategic, claiming that they were stronger than the recent events affected. He added in a statement to Sudan's newspaper that differences were occurring and there must be serious severity to address them. – Sudan, emphasizing the need to pay attention to those plans that are trying to undermine the relationship of the two fraternal people on 28 November 2015.
On March 23, 2015, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi stressed that Egypt would not allow any obstacles to achieving cooperation with Sudan and Ethiopia, and hoped to reach a consensus to achieve the common interests of the three countries.
The Statement of Principles is a first step on the road to collaboration between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia.The Egyptian is committed to cooperating fully with Sudan and Ethiopia to support the r t a tripartite technical committee, "he said.