Egypt’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry discussed, on Tuesday, with Arab Parliament speaker Adel Abdul-Rahman Al-Asoumi, ways to boost joint Arab mechanism to consolidate security and stability in the region and combat terrorism.
A high-level delegation from the Arab Parliament also attended the meeting, including first deputy to Arab Parliament speaker, Alaa Abed, and second deputy to Arab Parliament speaker, Mohammed Al-Yamahi.
Shoukry and Al-Asoumi discussed the role of the Arab League’s legislative body in facing attempts to threaten the unity and stability of the Arab countries and their national institutions.
The meeting also touched on the most important challenges and regional issues in the region.
During the meeting, Shoukry congratulated Al-Asoumi for assuming the post, wishing him success in his new mission, according to a statement by the foreign ministry.
He asserted that Egypt’s upcoming parliament and the newly elected Senate will allow further exchange of expertise related to parliamentary work.