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President El-Sisi Meets Palestinian President at Ittihadia Palace

Tuesday، 06 September 2022 - 12:00 AM

President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi met at Ittihadia Palace with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. The meeting was attended by Chief of General Intelligence Major General Abbas Kamel, Palestinian Minister of Foreign Affairs Riyad Al-Maliki, Secretary general of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization Hussein El-Sheikh, Head of the Palestinian General Intelligence Major General Majed Faraj, and the Palestinian Ambassador to Egypt Diab Al-Louh.

The Spokesman for the Presidency stated that the meeting reviewed the latest developments pertinent to the Palestinian issue.

President El-Sisi welcomed President Abbas and stressed that Egypt will continue to provide all possible support to the Palestinian issue to guarantee the realization of the legitimate aspirations of the Palestinian people, based on the principle of the two-state solution and the establishment of an independent Palestinian State on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital. The President also stressed the importance of uniting all efforts to support the Palestinian position and maintain calm, especially in the Gaza Strip.

President Abbas expressed his appreciation for Egypt's tireless efforts in support of the Palestinian issue. He lauded Egypt's historical role, in this regard, as well as its unwavering position in order to reach a just and comprehensive solution to the Palestinian issue. He stressed that this reflects the deep and special Egyptian-Palestinian relations, in light of the long-standing ties between the two peoples,and thus his keenness to continue consultation and coordination with the President on the overall Palestinian situation.

The Spokesman added that the two presidents agreed to continue consultation and coordination at the bilateral level and within the trilateral Egyptian-Jordanian- Palestinian coordination framework as well as other frameworks, in order to follow-up on future steps and efforts that support the Palestinian issue.


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