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Egypt's Sisi chairs meeting of National Security Council

The council probed current developments in the Libyan crisis and rising threats of a foreign military interference in Libya

MENA , Thursday 2 Jan 2020
Egypt
President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi during the National Security Council meeting on Thursday (Photo courtesy of Presidential Spokesperson)
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President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi presided over on Thursday a meeting of the National Security Council to discuss a set of vital issues relevant to current regional and international developments.

The meeting also tackled current talks to reach an agreement between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia on the Renaissance Dam.

During the meeting, the council asserted Egypt's keenness on reaching out an agreement on the filling and operation of the dam in a way that takes into consideration the interests of the three countries on equal footing as well as opening the door for cooperation and development in all fields.

The council also probed current developments in the Libyan crisis and rising threats of a foreign military interference in Libya.

The meeting concluded with setting a number of measures to counter any threats to the Egyptian national security.

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