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In an interview with the state-owned Middle East News Agency (MENA), he added that the Cairo Declaration has outlined a road map for settling the Libyan crisis. It has set steps and mechanisms for dealing with the Libyan situation at the military, security, political, and economic levels.
Somalia, Djibouti oppose resolution’s fifth article urging Ethiopia to cease unilaterally filling GERD reservoir
If views were not close, the matter will be referred to prime ministers, says Abbas
Up to 80% of Yemeni population depend on humanitarian aid to survive, as UN organisations leave
President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi affirmed Egypt’s keenness for comprehensive political settlement in Libya
At least 31 people injured, one killed during clashes between protesters and Lebanese army
At the meeting, which will take place online, the Israeli plans to annex the West Bank and the AL’s response to the annexation will be discussed. The ministerial level meeting will be headed by Oman at the request of Palestine.
Resolution, unapproved by Sudan, refuses unilateral measures that might be taken by Ethiopia
The participating foreign ministers asserted the necessity of rejecting any military solutions in Syria and Libya, while the Council expressed the importance of defending Arab issues in international forums.
Gheit and Maas also touched upon the preparations for Berlin conference to be held later in January for reaching a comprehensive political settlement in Libya.
“Resuming the political path will lead to unifying the Libyan institutions and paving the road for legislative and parliamentary elections,” Aboul Gheit asserted, demanding both the conflicted parts in Libya to participate in the political discussions, backed by the UN for de-escalating the Libyan crisis.
This great man believed in the power of non-violence which overcame the strongest empire the world recognised at the time, says Aboul Ghiet
Secretary General arrived to Sudan to meet officials of recently-formed transitional government
This came in response to statements by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who announced on Wednesday that “the cabinet will vote on Sunday to approve legalising the Jordan Valley unauthorised outpost of Mevo’ot Yericho as a legal settlement.”
In a statement following the meeting of Arab Foreign Ministers, Shoukry said that Syria’s return to the Arab League will be studied once the soaring tensions in Syria are eased, affirming that Syria is an important Arab country.
Omar Al-Bashir to appear in court soon on charges of corruption
Summit sees first appearance of Saudi, Qatari officials in same place since 2017
Shoukry holds number of bilateral meetings with Arab counterparts
Decision does not change the area’s status, says Ahmed Aboul Gheit
France, Germany reject Trump’s calls to repatriate European IS fighters
Comments came during press conference with Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs
Australia’s declaration was vague when mentioning Palestine, ignored recognition of Palestine, says Aboul-Gheit
Bombing took place in Habib Bourguiba Avenue, key meeting point for protesters during Arab Spring
Arab League meeting denounces Iran’s violations
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry launches 3-day tour to unify Arab stance towards regional developments
Expert says the tension will last for a long time