The visit will include assurances from Turkey of its good intentions regarding the issue of rapprochement with Egypt, and an expression of its desire to restore diplomatic relations and cooperation with Cairo.
The sources also revealed that the talks, which will take place over the course of two days, will include many files, foremost among which are the situations in Libya, Syria and the eastern Mediterranean.
This visit is a prelude to an upcoming meeting between the Turkish Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, and the Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry.
The sources added that Turkey will extend an invitation to the Egyptian Foreign Minister to visit Ankara, in order to hold talks, during the month of June 2021.
This Turkish move comes at a time when Egypt has not changed its positions, as Cairo affirms its rejection of Turkish interventions in the region, harboring extremist elements, and incitement against the Egyptian state and other Arab countries.
In addition, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry affirmed that Ankara's efforts to straighten out its relations with Cairo are appreciated, but are contingent on respecting the sovereignty of the countries of the region.
Ankara had confirmed that it had bound the anti-Cairo channels to the media honor charters, referring to the platforms behind the terrorist Brotherhood organization, whose action was to attack Egypt.
Although Egypt welcomed the move, it stressed the need for more steps to build trust and restore relations.