Egypt’s Foreign Ministry
Egypt condemned on Thursday the acts of violence and terror occurring in Mali, which led to the death of scores of innocent people.
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry headquarters was illuminated on Wednesday to mark Africa Day, which annually falls on May 25.
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry, expressed its strong rejection and condemnation of Israel’s attack on the funeral of late Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.
Egypt's top Islamic authority, Al-Azhar, condemned the heinous terrorist attack on a mosque in Mazar el Sharif city in northern Afghanistan, leaving scores of people dead and injured.
The attack has claimed the lives of dozens of innocent people, including children, the ministry said, extending condolences to the Congolese government and people and to the families of the victims.
Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry affirmed the government keenness to maintain close relationship between the two people of Egypt and Turkey regardless the ‘negative political stances’ of Ankara against Cairo.
Egyptian national Ashri Mohamed Hassan, from Minya Governorate, was shot dead in Riyadh. The culprit was arrested.
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry, condemned, Tuesday the Israeli government approval of 800 new settlement units in the West Bank
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry said, Sunday that the talks on Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) failed due to disagreements over how to resume negotiations.
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry affirmed, Monday that it is following up through its consulate in Riyadh the investigations into the killing of Egyptian national Hani Abdel Tawab Saad.
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry condemned Houthi militias actions against civilians in Yemen and described it as ‘crimes.’
Egypt also welcomed the stance by the two sides approving to participate in a meeting in Saudi Arabia to discuss means of implementing the Riyadh Agreement.
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry appealed Thursday to Egyptian nationals in Libya to avoid areas of conflict and exercise the highest degree of caution for the sake of their safety.
Two Egyptians were arrested in Tunisia Thursday after trying to enter the country illegally with a fishing trawler.
Egypt calls on the Iraqi government and the Kurdistan Regional Government to practice self-restraint and avoid collisions that may result in more complications.
The foreign ministers of four Arab states have said previously that they are ready for dialogue with Qatar in case the latter meets the 13 demands.