Egypt and Qatar restored diplomatic ties in January 2021 following the signing of a reconciliation agreement last year, which brought down the curtain on the Gulf crisis that broke out in 2017.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el Sisi has begun a two-day visit to Qatar, his first since Cairo and Doha restored relations last year following a regional diplomatic rift.
Sisi, who arrived in Doha on Tuesday, is set to discuss bilateral and regional issues with Qatar's Emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al Thani, who visited Egypt in June.
The visit comes as Egypt seeks further financial support and investment to cushion an economic shock caused by the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain had boycotted Qatar since 2017 over charges it supported terrorism, which Qatar denied.
An agreement to end the row was struck early last year, and Qatar and Egypt have moved quickly to rebuild relations.
During his visit Sisi will meet Qatari companies and the Egyptian-Qatari business council, two Egyptian diplomatic sources said.
Financial pressure on Egypt sharpened after Russia's offensive in Ukraine in February due to flight of portfolio investment, a loss in tourism revenue, and rising global commodity prices.
Cairo has been negotiating for a new loan with the International Monetary Fund for several months.
In June, the Egyptian finance ministry said Qatar had made $3 billion of deposits in Egypt's central bank three months earlier, and that an additional $2-3 billion of investments were under discussion.
That was on top of deposits of $5 billion from Saudi Arabia and $3 billion from the UAE to Egypt's central bank in February-March, the ministry said.
Both the UAE and Saudi Arabia have also made recent investments in Egypt through their sovereign wealth funds.