Egypt’s Foreign minister Sameh Shoukry,
Shoukry’s remarks came during a Thursday ministerial meeting held in Algeria attended only by countries neighbouring Libya, to review the latest developments concerning the Libyan issue, according to Algerian local media.
Al-Arabiya news channel reported that the meeting was attended by the foreign ministers of Tunisia, Egypt, Sudan, Chad, and Niger.
During the meeting, Shoukry said that Egypt will not allow any tampering with the Libyan security and national security of the countries of the region, adding that Egypt will support the Libyan people by totally rejecting foreign attempts to rob their capabilities and violate their sovereignty.
He added that Egypt is determined to materialise the outcome of the Berlin meeting in order to establish a Libyan state.
The Algerian foreign ministry stressed that the meeting falls within the framework of efforts aimed at supporting coordination and consultation between countries neighbouring Libya, noting that the latest developments taking place in Libya will be reviewed.