The meeting was a poignant moment of solidarity and support as the family and Shoukry joined in honouring and remembering the life and service of the late El-Gharawi.
The minister expressed the government's deepest condolences and pledged to provide all necessary resources to support the family during this trying time.
His loss sent shockwaves through the diplomatic community, and his contributions to the Egyptian embassy in Khartoum will be missed.
The assistant administrative attaché at the Egyptian embassy in Khartoum was killed on Monday on his way from his residence to the embassy headquarters to follow up on evacuation procedures for Egyptians in Sudan, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The ministry stated that the Egyptian diplomatic mission in Sudan would continue to securely evacuate its nationals from Sudan and facilitate their return to Egypt.
At the beginning of the current conflict, at least 10,000 Egyptians, including 5,000 students, were in Sudan.
Since the outbreak of the conflict, the Egyptian embassy in Khartoum has been working around the clock to secure the safety of all Egyptians in the country and the safe departure of those who wish to return home.