Egypt, Germany probe boosting cooperation
Friday، 04 December 2020 - 12:58 PM
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry conferred in a phone call with his German counterpart Heiko Maas several files, topped by means of boosting bilateral cooperation.
During the call, Shoukry and Mass discussed several regional dossiers, especially the developments in the Libyan and Palestinian crises, Foreign Ministry’s Spokesman Ahmed Hafez said.
The two top diplomats stressed the importance of protecting Libya’s sovereignty and unity, rejecting any kinds of foreign interference in the Libyan affairs, as well as the significance of reaching a comprehensive political solution for the crisis, based on Berlin track and Cairo Declaration.
Concerning the Palestinian crisis, the two ministers discussed efforts of reviving the peace process and the resumption of negotiations between the Israelis and Palestinians for reaching a fair and comprehensive solution for the Palestinian issue, based on the international resolutions.
Shoukry and Mass also reviewed ways of reinforcing bilateral ties in various fields, especially economic relations, via boosting trade exchange between Cairo and Berlin.
Their discussions also touched on the applied coronavirus-related measures in both countries, as Shoukry said that his country is looking forward to resuming the German arrivals to the Egyptian tourist destinations, taking into consideration efforts adopted by different ministries to secure and ensure the safety of tourists, visiting Egypt.