Egypt's Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry reaffirmed Egypt's support for the stability of Gulf countries and its rejection of regional interference in Arab affairs during talks with Omani counterpart Yousuf bin Alawi, the Egyptian foreign ministry said.
The two leaders met on the sidelines of an Arab League ministerial meeting in Cairo on Wednesday.
During the talks, Shoukry underlined "Egypt's support for the security and stability of Arab Gulf countries as part of Egyptian and Arab security," the ministry said in a statement released on Facebook.
He also reiterated his country's "rejection of regional interference in the affairs of Arab countries," and the importance of not allowing such interference to negatively affect the security and stability of the region, the statement added without elaborating.
The two also discussed boosting bilateral cooperation.
Their meeting also tackled mechanisms to “support joint Arab action in light of Oman 's presidency of the 153rd session of the ministerial council of the Arab League.”
The meeting also tackled a number of regional issues, most notably the developments in the Palestinian issue and the situations in Libya and Syria.