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Egypt's FM renews support for political solution to Libya crisis

Egypt has long advocated a political solution to the Libyan crisis that ensures the unity and territorial integrity of the Arab state

MENA , Ahram Online , Sunday 3 Feb 2019
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Egypt's Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry meeting with UN envoy to Libya Ghassan Salama in Cairo on Saturday February 2,2019 (Photo: Courtesy of Egyptian Foreign Ministry)
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Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry underlined Saturday Egypt's stance regarding a settlement to the Libyan crisis, saying it should be achieved through inter-Libyan dialogue to maintain the unity and territorial integrity of the Arab country.

Shoukry's statements came during a meeting with UN envoy to Libya Ghassan Salamé, as they exchanged views regarding boosting prospects of a political settlement. They also discussed ways of fighting terrorism as a means to restore security and stability in Libya.

Salamé thanked Egypt for its role in supporting a political settlement to the Libyan crisis, foreign ministry spokesperson Ahmed Hafez said, adding that he looks forward to future cooperation with Egypt regarding the Libyan crisis. 

 

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