Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi and visiting Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani expressed their total rejection of any attempt to “liquidate: the Palestinian cause at the expense of the Palestinian people or countries in the region.
They also rejected to forcibly displace the Palestinian people, Presidential Spokesman Ahmed Fahmi said in statements on Friday.
President Sisi had a session of talks with the Qatari Emir, during which they agreed on continuing to activate cooperation frameworks and consultation and coordination mechanisms at all levels between the two countries.
They also discussed the Israeli military escalation in the besieged Gaza Strip, a matter that posed regional challenges that could push the region into dangerous directions.
The two leaders discussed means to protect the innocent civilians in Gaza and stop the bloodshed.
They reviewed the intensive efforts exerted to reach a ceasefire and ensure the delivery of humanitarian aid in sufficient quantities to meet the dire needs of the Palestinian people in Gaza.
The spokesman concluded his statements by noting that the two sides asserted that they will continue consultations with the view to bringing an end to the current escalation in Gaza, reduce the suffering of civilians and spare the blood of the Palestinian people till establishing their independent state as per the terms of reference of international legitimacy and achieving just peace in the region.