The Egyptian community in South Africa staged a supporting protest to Egypt amid its participation in the African Summit, held in Johannesburg.
The Egyptian flag-waving protesters wanted to show their support to Egypt's President Abdel Fattah El Sisi and his development efforts during their gathering.
Head of the Egyptian community in Johannesburg Mohamed Tala'at welcomed the participation of Egypt in the African summit with a high level delegation, chaired by Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab.
Some participants in the supporting gathering came from different and remote cities in South Africa to show their passion to Egypt and to hail its visiting delegation.
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