Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi reiterated on Monday Egypt’s support for all efforts to achieve comprehensive peace in the Middle East, based on the two-state solution and international legitimacy resolutions.
President Sisi affirmed that Egypt supports such efforts in the Middle East in a way that contributes to enhancing security and prosperity for all countries of the region.
The president’s remarks came during his meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett in Sharm el-Sheikh on Monday.
The meeting was attended by Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukri, head of the General Intelligence Service Abbas Kamel, Israeli National Security Adviser and Head of the National Security Council EyalHulata, Senior Foreign Policy Advisor Shimrit Meir and the Israeli ambassador in Cairo.
A session of bilateral talks was held between the two sides during which they discussed developments in bilateral relations in various fields as well as the latest developments on the regional and international arenas, especially with regard to the Palestinian cause.
The president also referred to the importance of the international community’s support for Egypt’s efforts to rebuild the Palestinian territories in addition to the need to maintain calm between the Palestinian and Israeli sides, especially with Egypt’s continuous moves to ease tension between the two sides in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.