US National Security Advisor to Egypt for "Regional Security"
The US National Security Advisor, Jake Sullivan, will visit Egypt to discuss the Libyan and Palestinian situation and to support regional security, including in the Horn of Africa.
US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan, accompanied by the White House Coordinator for the Middle East and North Africa, Brett McGurk, will visit Egypt on Wednesday.
In a statement, the White House indicated that the US and Egyptian delegations will discuss support for the Libyan elections and regional security, including in the Horn of Africa, stressing the importance of human rights in the context of the comprehensive strategic relationship.
According to the statement, Sullivan will discuss Egypt's role in promoting security and prosperity in occupied Palestine, following the visit of Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett to Egypt earlier this month.
On Tuesday, Saudi newspaper al-Sharq al-Awsat said that the US National Security Advisor, Jake Sullivan, who arrived in the Saudi city of Neom last Monday evening at the beginning of his tour in the region, will hold high-level talks with Saudi officials, especially concerning the Yemeni and Iranian files.
Earlier, the US Associated Press reported that Sullivan visited Saudi Arabia to meet with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in order to hold discussions on the situation in Yemen.
It is noteworthy that Sullivan, after his visit to the region, will host the Israeli National Security Advisor in Washington on October 5 to follow up on discussions and to conduct a meeting with the US-"Israel" Strategic Advisory Group.