The Address | Benghazi – Libya
CAIRO – The Egyptian President, Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, renewed on Monday, his country’s firm position on the Libyan issue, in terms of seeking to stabilize the current situation, undermining external interventions, and combating violence, extremist and terrorist groups, with the aim of restoring security and stability.
This came during Sisi’s meeting to the Saudi Foreign Minister, Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, who is on an official visit today to Cairo.
According to Bassam Radi, the official spokesman for the Egyptian Presidency, the meeting discussed various aspects of bilateral relations between Egypt and Saudi Arabia, as well as consultation on developments in issues of mutual interest on the regional scene, especially Libya, Yemen, Syria and Iraq.
Radi added that the two sides agreed that the paths of political solutions are the basis for resolving these issues, and they affirmed that solidarity, unity of the Arab region and consistency of positions are among the most effective ways to ward off external risks from the Arab world as a whole.