Sisi is also expected to discuss bileteral ties during his two-day visit to the Russian capital.
In February, Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Egypt to boost bilateral ties with the Arab republic. During the visit, the two countries signed a number of agreements on cooperation in the spheres of trade, nuclear energy, space, tourism and agriculture.
This year's Victory Day parade in Moscow – the biggest Russian military parade ever held – will be attended by about 25 foreign leaders, including presidents of the BRICS group of emerging economies, former Soviet republics-turned-CIS states, as well as some Asian and European countries.
Several Western heads of state, however, rejected the invitation on the grounds that they believe Russia is behind the year-long internal conflict in Ukraine, an accusation Moscow has consistently denied.