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Shoukry stresses the need to support the political process in Libya

Friday 25/May/2018 - 02:26 PM
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Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry stressed on Friday the need to support the political process and the efforts of the UN envoy in Libya. He said that he does not prefer military solutions in Libya to resolve the crisis، but he prefers to support efforts and reach a common vision on the future of the Libyan state.
in an interview to Egyptian state television، Shoukry added that foreign interventions aims at achieving self-interest، and complicates matters in the Middle East and Africa.
The foreign minister pointed out that the Libyan people must shape their future away from interference. The Libyan people should work for the interests of the Libyan and Arab states، Shoukry assured stressing that we reject foreign interference in Libyan affairs.

On the other hand, Shoukry pointed out that Egypt is keen to build bridges of cooperation and trust between the three countries (Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia), especially on the Nile River issue.

He pointed out that everyone is working on implementing the obligations included in the construction of the renaissance  dam

on the Syrian side , Shoukry assured that There is no alternative to the political process in Syria, and all parties must give a chance to the UN envoy and the negotiations under the Geneva talks to set the road map for Syria's future away from the military conflict.

Egypt supports the military truce reached recently, Shoukry said adding that  Egypt has contributed to the unification of the Syrian national opposition.


on the Syrian issue, Shoukry noted that Egypt is working to consolidate reconciliation between the Palestinian brothers and alleviate the suffering of the Palestinian people.

Egypt is opening the Rafah crossing on a continuous basis to receive the injured people and allow them to be treated in Egyptian hospitals, Shoukry said assuring that Egypt has provided the Palestinian people in Gaza, with several aids  during the past few days.


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