Egypt is adopting a strategy of opening up to all Libyan parties supporting a political solution, as part of its support for efforts to defuse the crisis in the country.
Al Arabiya TV reported that the Geneva meeting on Libya will be held in mid-October, indicating that the meeting aims to reconstitute the Libyan Presidency Council.
Sisi received on Wednesday at Al-Ittihadiya Palace Speaker of the Libyan Parliament Ageela Saleh, and Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, commander of the Libyan National Army.
The president welcomed the new ambassadors, underlining Egypt's keenness on enhancing cooperation with the ambassadors' countries in various domains.
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The minister noted that risk needs to be embedded within “our psyche, where governments, companies, risk advisors all come together to make sure we have resilience,” in order to build resilience.
Director of AU Commission head office Abdoulaye Diop congratulated in a tweet minister Mashaat and Menghestab Haile, over the successful plan.
Ibrahim added that the president presented Egypt's vision regarding means of settling current challenges facing the world and confronting current conflicts at the world level.
Egypt took part since the start of COVID-19 in many UN initiatives to deal with the pathogen impact.
The two sides discussed means of upgrading economic relations especially in the field of small and medium sized enterprises.
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the prime minister reviewed several requests presented by the governor to push towards completing projects that serve the people of North Sinai.
The final signing of thepeace agreement between Sudan's government and rebel groups is set for October 2 in the South Sudanese capital, Juba.
The Egyptian Holding Company for Food Industries and the Sudan's Etegahat Group Limited Company are representatives of the Egyptian and Sudanese governments in such partnership.
Egypt’s ministry of international cooperation seeks to redefine social contracts during the era of the COVID-19 pandemic through pushing for more dialogue between development partners.
The meeting reflects the distinguished relations between Egypt and Japan as well as the effective partnership of the Japanese side in Egypt's electricity projects throughout the past decades, the minister said.
The minster directed extending the work of the mission for one more week till Saturday, upon a request by the Sudanese side, the spokesmen said.
The minister noted that the project will invest in women’s role in agriculture by only employing women and providing 200 seasonal job opportunities.
In a statement, Spokesman for the Health Ministry Khaled Megahed said 20 patients have died from the virus over the past 24 hours, raising the death toll to 5,770.
"We have to be vigilant and fully aware of all plots knitted against the State", he reiterated.