PAP President Nkodo Dang meets Egyptian President El Sisi in Cairo
The PAP President Roger Nkodo Dang, heading a high level delegation to Cairo, Egypt on the 24th February 2016, met with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, in order to discuss the role of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP).
President El Sisi stressed the important role and functions of the PAP and praised the achievements made by the institution over the past few years. The President also emphasized the PAP’s contribution in strengthening ties between the different member states and promoting understanding amongst the peoples of Africa.
President El Sisi and President Nkodo Dang discussed the regional situation in Africa, with President el Sisi stressing that the exact circumstances surrounding the continent requires a coordinated and concerted effort in the face of common challenges, mainly the widening circle of terrorism.
President Nkodo Dang’s visit to Egypt takes place in the context of the PAP’s sustained advocacy campaign on the ratification of the revised protocol of the Pan-African Parliament.
The PAP President was accompanied by the Hon. Prof. Laskri Mohamed Tayeb, Chairperson of the North Africa Caucus of the PAP and Prof Mourad Mokthari, the PAP Clerk of Parliament.