Egyptian Armed Forces Participate in India's 74th Republic Day Celebrations
The Egyptian Armed Forces participated in the 74th Republic day of India, in the presence of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.
A contigent representing the main branches of the Egyptian Armed Forces marched in a military parade during the event.
On his part, the internal broadcaster of the ceremony praised the Egyptian army, stressing that it is considered as the oldest army known to human history.
On Thursday, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi joined a select group of world leaders to grace India's 74th Republic Day celebrations.
The public holiday marks the anniversary of India officially adopting its constitution, making it a sovereign republic. The first parade in 1950 was held to mark the end of India's ties to the British empire.
It is celebrated with a parade every year on January 26 held in the capital city of New Delhi, featuring a display of India's cultural and military heritage.
The parade is the main attraction of the Republic Day celebrations, which last for three days.