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Egypt and Bahrain affirm support for the two-state solution to settle the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and confront interventions in Libya

The Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukry, and his Bahraini counterpart, Abdul Latif bin Rashid Al Zayani, affirmed their support for the two-state solution to settle the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and the need to confront foreign interference in Libya.

Today, Saturday, Shukri and Al-Zayani held a meeting in Cairo, where the two ministers held an official session of talks at Tahrir Palace in the presence of the delegations of the two countries, which dealt, according to a joint statement issued after the meeting, “the most prominent developments and challenges in the region, especially developments in the situation in Libya and the developments of the Palestinian issue.” “.

The two ministers expressed, “Egypt and Bahrain welcome any initiatives aimed at achieving a comprehensive and just peace for the Palestinian cause in accordance with the decisions of international legitimacy, while emphasizing the need to preserve the principle of the two-state solution and to stop any steps aimed at annexing the Palestinian territories, and to continue to support efforts aimed at achieving peace and stability in the region.” .

The two sides also stressed their “support for a consensual political solution that preserves the sovereignty and unity of Libya and fulfills the aspirations of the Libyan people towards security and stability, confronting terrorism and destructive foreign interference, and the two countries’ support for the current initiatives of calm and the call for a ceasefire, the formation of a new presidential council and a fair distribution of wealth in the country.” .

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