The Saudi Crown Prince is scheduled to tour national projects, including the first phase of King Salman University in Sinai, the tourist city in the Giza Pyramids area and various health initiatives.
Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Kuwait have provided billions of dollars in support since Sisi's power grab.
In January 2017, Egypt's supreme administrative court declared void the agreement between Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
Shortly after the reception ceremony, El-Sisi and Bin Salman held a bilateral summit at the Ittihadeya Presidential Palace in Cairo.
The President pointed out the important and delicate timing of the visit by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to Egypt, given the current challenges in the Middle East, which necessitate coordination between Egypt and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman confirmed his keenness on making his first foreign trip since becoming crown prince to Egypt, given the profound and robust close relations that bind Egypt and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in addition to their common history and shared destiny.
Sisi stressed to Prince Mohammed: "The security of the Arab Gulf is an integral part of Egypt's security".
They also agreed on solving the regional crises by political means.
Wafa's report of the letter stands in sharp contrast to other reports in the past several months, which have suggested that the Crown Prince has adopted a position on the Israeli-Palestinian peace process biased in favor of the Netanyahu government.