20W-50 itself wouldn't be a problem in Egypt.
Only meeting API SJ means that it would be considered a fairly old product by global standards.
Not sure what engine your Mitsubishi Lancer has, as there are number of engines that have been sold in that car globally. Most posters here would likely prefer a full synthetic motor oil for a low-displacement 4-cylinder engine. If it has a turbocharger, then synthetic lubricants are pretty much considered mandatory.
KV100 = 71
Is that a typical range for 20W50? Thickies must love that!
Don't recall seeing KV100 that high with any of the bitog oils but I guess not many may run 20W50 here.
Also flash & pour points are
On the surface, looks too thick! What is the recommendation in the owner's manual?
The numbers in the IP and ASTM columns are, I believe, identifiers of the test methods used, not the figures the test results came up with. Here is a product description of a Mag1 20W-50 oil:
In your hot climate, a 1998 engine will do OK with 20W-50 oil. A 15W-40 will do well also. I used both in the past in my 1998 Honda CRV.