Shoukri and Shingiro are expected to hold a joint press conference at the end of the talks.
The two top diplomats discussed the ways of boosting the special Egyptian-Japanese ties in the various fields as well as regional and international issues of mutual concern.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukri and his Canadian counterpart François-Philippe Champagne probed on Wednesday means of boosting bilateral relations in numerous fields to serve the best interest and the benefit of their nations.
India stripped its portion of Muslim-majority Kashmir of autonomy and statehood on Aug. 5.
Sameh Shoukri expressed Egypt's unease over the long duration of the GERD negotiations.
Shoukri called the calls of incitement unacceptable, saying that they would go down the drain.
Egypt's Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukri called Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri, to discuss the latest developments in the situation in Lebanon.
They discussed the situation in the Middle East and ways to resolve the ongoing crises.
The ministers discussed the developments in the situation in Libya and the Gulf.
Shoukri affirmed that Egypt, as the chairman of the AU, is keen to promote comprehensive development in Africa.
During their meeting, Shoukri said that Egypt will continue its cooperation with the United Nations in this regard, through the implementation of the relevant resolutions of the UN General Assembly.
Guterres warned about hate speech which he said it has spread "like wildfire through social media and radio."
The emir was seen leaving the summit during the speech of Egypt's Ahmed Aboul Gheit, the secretary general of the Arab League.
The discussions affirmed the need to continue aiding Egypt to overcome security, political, economic and social challenges.
Shoukri said that Switzerland is an important partner to Egypt, adding that Egypt looks forward to enhancing Egyptian-Swiss cooperation.
Søreide underscored the importance of finding solutions to sensitive issues under the umbrella of the United Nations.
Krahenbuhl, commissioner-general of the UNRWA, expressed on Wednesday his hope for continuing coordination and consultation with Egypt during the coming period.
This comes in his second day of his visit to Ireland, marking the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Egyptian embassy in Ireland.
Linkevičius was keen to hear the Egyptian assessment of the developments in the Middle East, especially Egyptian efforts in terms of the Palestinian cause.
President Sisi will raise during his speech in the General Assembly the issue of terrorism and the necessity of punishing countries sponsoring terrorism.