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Pakistan was once defeated by one vote of Egypt; Now Islamabad in awe of PM's visit to Cairo

New Delhi/ Pakistan is very scared about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Egypt. Pakistan is apprehensive that after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Cairo, India and Egypt's jugalbandi will not only lead to a breach in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (IOC) but will also expose Pakistan's terrorism-spreading conspiracies. Experts say that this is the reason that Pakistan has once again started plotting to oust Egypt from the Organization of Islamic Cooperation. At the same time, foreign affairs experts say that after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the US, Egypt with a faltering economy has raised hopes of its country's development and financial help.
India will become a support in Egypt's faltering economy Prime Minister
Narendra Modi's visit to Egypt is expected to give a booster to the faltering economy of this country. Rashid Al Bukhari, director of the Demographic Center for Development and Cultural Relations in India and Africa, says that Egypt has always been a major ally of India even after joining the organizations of Muslim countries. Because Prime Minister Narendra Modi is making his first foreign trip to Egypt after his state visit to America, its significance is being sought from many political and economic perspectives. He says that the way in which the economy in Egypt has reached its worst phase in the last few days, it can get some height after the arrival of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Egypt is asking for help from America

Rashid argues behind this that the Egyptian currency has become very weak compared to the dollar and has reached the bottom. Inspite of continuous requests for help from America, this country did not get high level help from America. He says that MISS is terming the Prime Minister's visit as the biggest ever so far. Because Modi is visiting Egypt for the first time after his state visit to America. The entire cabinet of Egyptian President Abdul Fattah El Sisi has pinned hopes on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reliance on international assistance and direct assistance from India.

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