Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry asserted, on Thursday,his country’s support to the Palestinian cause and its legitimate rights.
Shoukry’s remarks came during a tripartite meeting with his Jordanian and Palestinian counterparts Ayman Safadi and RiyadAl-Maliki, respectively, ahead of the 156th ordinary session of the Arab League at the ministerial level.
Shoukry called upon the international community to secureappropriate conditions to encourage the peace path between Palestine and Israel, in order to achieve the desired stability in the region.
The meeting aimed at discussing the latest developments in the Palestinian cause and the efforts made during the past period to work on re-engagement in the peace process and launch a serious and constructive negotiating process to reach comprehensive and just settlement based on the two-state solution with East Jerusalem as Palestine’s capital.
Both Jordanian and Palestinian Ministers hailed the Egyptianinitiative to rebuild Gaza and provide development support to the Palestinian territories, as well as for its continuous efforts to achieve the desired Palestinian reconciliation.
The three parties also agreed to continue holding the tripartite consultation to achieve the interests of Egypt, Palestine and Jordan and their peoples.
Moreover Shoukry held a bilateral session of talks with Safadi discussing regional developments in light of the consensus of visions between Cairo and Amman.