Egypt’s President Abdel Fatah met on Tuesday، Jordanian King، Abdallah bin Hussein، US President، Donald Trump، US secretary of states، Rex Tillerson، Japanese Prime Minister، Shenzo Abe، and UN Secretary-General، Antonio Gueterres، on the sidelines of the 72nd session of UN General Assembly.
They discussed a number of important regional and international issues of common interests، and ways to boost cooperation.
Moreover، they reviewed the most important topics discussed at the current session of the UN General Assembly.
Noteworthy، Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi addressed the UN General Assembly yesterday، Tuesday in its 72nd session، and delivered Egypt’s vision on global and regional issues and provided ways to achieve peace and stability in the world.
Al-Sisi said that it is impossible to imagine a regional or global regime without confronting terrorism and addressing all those who supply it with money or weapon.
The president stressed that the world should not sympathize with people who have double standards; those who harbor terrorism with one hand and fight it with the other.
“Egypt launched an initiative to renew the religious discourse to display the tolerant principles of Islam،” al-Sisi added.
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi pointed out that fighting terrorism was Egypt’s priority during its membership term of the UN Security Council.
Al-Sisi explained that appointing Egypt to chair the UN Counter-Terrorism Committee was not just to defend Egypt from terrorism and secure its future but it was to defend the whole world.
In his speech، the president said that all nations have the right to live in peace.
Addressing the UN، al-Sisi said the modern nation state is the only way out of the current Arab regional crisis.
He stressed that whenever the members of the UN General Assembly meet; the hopes of their people are to have their rights to live in peace، developed and decent state that capable of facing challenges imposed by nature such as climate change، natural disasters or human-made disasters such as war، terrorism.