A combo image shows Mohamed Bin Zayed and Sisi walking near Galleria Mall, in Al Maryah Island in Abu Dhabi.
The video circulating on social media showed Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed and Sisi walking around the promenade in the evening during his stay in the UAE.
Sheikh Mohamed and Sisi also addressed the latest regional and international developments and exchanged their views on topics of mutual interest.
Both leaders also witnessed the official exchange of a number of previously signed agreements and Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs), between their countries across various sectors.
The agreements will see parties in the UAE and Egypt work together to develop cooperation and mutual interest.
They also attended the launch of a joint strategic investment platform worth $20 billion, funded equally by the Abu Dhabi Development Holding Company and the Misr Sovereign Fund.
The partnership between the company and the fund aims to establish joint strategic investment projects, as well as specialist funds and investment tools in several key sectors, most notably manufacturing, conventional and renewable energy, technology, food, real estate, tourism, healthcare, logistics, financial services and infrastructure.
During a brief rest at the VIP Lounge, Sheikh Mohamed and Sisi had cordial talks about the fraternal ties connecting the two countries and their peoples.
In a telephone call, His Highness Sheikh Mohamed and President Al Sisi exchanged views on the latest regional and international developments and issues of mutual interest.
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