Luigi di Maio
Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry stressed the importance for all foreign forces and mercenaries to leave Libya without delay.
This comes a month after Egyptian Health Minister Hala Zayed arrived in Italy to deliver medical aid allocated by the Egyptian Armed Forces to the Italian side amid the coronavirus crisis.
They agreed that the two MoUs signed by Turkey and Fayez al-Sarraj constitute a violation of relevant United Nations Security Council resolutions and international law.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry on Monday made a phone call with his Italian counterpart, Luigi Di Maio, where they discussed the developments in Libya and agreed to intensify efforts to restore stability and security in the war-torn country, according to
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry on Sunday held talks with foreign ministers of Greece and Italy around the escalation in Libya, after Turkey and Tripoli’s government signed a controversial maritime agreement that has ratcheted international reject
They reviewed ways to boost efforts to restore security and stability in the war-torn country.
Italy's government moved to prevent people convicted of serious corruption from ever working with the state again with a bill it says will save billions.
President Sisi affirmed Egypt’s keenness to reveal the perpetrators of the crime and bring them to justice.
Di Maio expressed appreciation of the leading role played by Egypt under the leadership of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi in the Middle East region.
Italy's government on Wednesday blamed the firm that operated the collapsed Genoa bridge for the disaster in which at least 39 people died.
French President Emmanuel Macron came out Saturday in support of financial sanctions against EU countries which refuse to accept migrants.
Italy's new government officially took the reins of the eurozone's third largest economy Wednesday.
taly's 5-star leader Luigi Di Maio on Sunday said President Sergio Mattarella should be impeached for betraying the State.
Anti-establishment and far-right parties began haggling over who will be Italy's next prime minister after publishing a joint policy programme on Friday.
The leader of Italy's anti-establishment 5-Star Movement said on Thursday he saw the possibility of forming a coalition with the far-right League.
Anti-establishment and far-right leaders stood firm in a battle for the upper hand after talks with the president on who can lead a new Italian government.
Italy's populist 5-Star Movement (M5S) announces its candidate for prime minister Saturday.