Egypt and Saudi Arabia signaled their intention to strengthen economic ties on Tuesday during a visit to Cairo by Saudi de facto ruler Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, announcing deals worth $7.7 billion. Reuters reports that the stop in Egypt was the start of the first tour outside the Gulf region in over three years by the prince, widely known as MBS. He left on Tuesday evening for Jordan, and will later visit Turkey.
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