British Labour MP، Stephen Timms said that UK Parliament members have always wanted a stable and prosperous Egypt، stressing that Egypt’s stability is key to the region and whole world.
In statements to Middle East News Agency (MENA)، Timms expressed his admiration towards the economic measures adopted by Egypt’s president، Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi، hoping that Sisi’s re-election will drive development and further progress in the country.
Moreover، British MP, Jonathan Lord said that stability provided by president Sisi’s administration will lead to prosperity، in addition to supporting democracy and freedoms in the country.
Noteworthy، An All-Party Group (APG) on Egypt in the UK Parliament organized on April 23 an important session under the title of "The Road to Democracy in Egypt" to address Egypt's challenges and successes over the past period.
Formed in 2014، (APG) in the UK Parliament aims to promote ties between Egypt and Britain eight years after it was first dissolved due to a lack of financial support and interest from British MPs.
The 26 members of the APG come from different political parties across the UK Parliament's two chambers – the lower House of Commons and the upper House of Lords.
APGs are informal cross-party groups that have no official status within Parliament. They are essentially run by and for Members of the Commons and Lords.