The visit of the Crown Prince to Egypt The visit of Mohammed bin Salman, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, to Egypt recalls the common history of the two countries in defending their interests and all Arab and Islamic interests.
The relations between Cairo and Riyadh and the mutual visits go back to distant eras, as history documents a visit made by King Abdulaziz Al Saud to Egypt, which was a historic visit and was welcomed by the official and the people on the widest scale. King Abdulaziz arrived via the royal yacht "Al Mahrousa", which took off from Suez to Jeddah to be under the king's order.
As soon as King Abdulaziz Al Saud arrived in Suez, he received a great popular reception, and King Farouk escorted him in a royal chariot to Abdeen Palace, passing through the streets and squares of Cairo, and the welcome voices were raised by the broad masses.
In December of the year 1969 AD, King Faisal visited, at the invitation of President Gamal Abdel Nasser, and it was a historic visit that historians discussed, especially after it included a renewal of relations between the two brotherly countries. The King and the President exchanged words of welcome and emphasized the strength of Cairo and Riyadh relations and work to strengthen them.
The King Fahd National Library also documents a picture of King Khalid accompanied by his brother King Fahd - may God have mercy on them - with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat during their visit to Egypt in 1395 AH / 1975 AD.
Historians also document pictures of King Salman bin Abdulaziz and his brothers the princes volunteering to defend Egypt against the tripartite aggression that targeted it in 1956 by: Israel, Britain and France, after Cairo's decision to nationalize the Suez Canal.