During his meeting with Mikati, Sisi directs the speedy supply of...

During his meeting with Mikati, Sisi directs the speedy supply of...
During his meeting with Mikati, Sisi directs the speedy supply of...
Egypt affirmed its keenness on Lebanon’s stability and avoiding the dangers of conflicts in the region. President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi referred to his country’s pride in the depth of relations with Lebanon at the official and popular levels. He also directed “the speed of supplying Lebanon with the gas necessary to generate power in order to solve the problem of electricity cuts,” this came during the Egyptian President’s meeting yesterday with Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati, to discuss bilateral cooperation and regional and international developments.
Mikati arrived in Cairo yesterday, and was received by Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly at Cairo International Airport. Al-Sisi met the Lebanese Prime Minister at the Federal Palace, in the presence of Madbouly, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry, and head of General Intelligence Abbas Kamel. “The meeting dealt with developments in the Lebanese political scene, in addition to ways of strengthening the existing bilateral cooperation frameworks between the two brotherly countries, as well as discussing developments in the most prominent regional situations,” said Egyptian presidential spokesman Bassam Rady.
The Egyptian president affirmed his country’s keenness on Lebanon’s safety, security and stability, achieving Lebanese national interests and sparing Lebanon from the dangers of conflicts in the region, within the framework of Egypt’s constant interest in everything that is in Lebanon’s interest, in a way that helps preserve the strength and capacity of the Lebanese state, in addition to safeguarding the people’s capabilities. The brotherly Lebanese nation and the unity of its national fabric.”
For his part, the Lebanese Prime Minister praised Egypt’s tireless and sincere efforts to mobilize international support for Lebanon at various levels, in light of the continuing difficult challenges facing the Lebanese people, especially at the political and economic levels, stressing Lebanon’s pride in the strong historical relations that bind the two brotherly countries. Which is based on foundations of solidarity and brotherhood, and his country’s appreciation of the vital Egyptian role as a mainstay in maintaining stability in it and the Arab region as a whole,” praising “the current Egyptian experience based on the priority of economic and development success, which is a model to be emulated in the countries of the region.”
Mikati also held a session of talks with Madbouly at the Egyptian Cabinet headquarters yesterday, in the presence of Lebanon’s Ambassador to Cairo Ali Al-Halabi, the diplomatic advisor to the Lebanese Prime Minister Boutros Asaker, and the Egyptian Assistant Foreign Minister for Arab Affairs Alaa Moussa. Madbouly stressed that “President Sisi directed quickly to supply Lebanon with the gas needed for power generation in order to solve the problem of electricity cuts.” He said that Mikati’s visit “comes at a very important time for Lebanon,” stressing that “the meeting of the Lebanese Prime Minister with President Sisi reflected the president’s great keenness to support the Lebanese government and people at this delicate stage, and to provide everything that would support Lebanon’s stability and help it.” To overcome challenges and difficulties.
The Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, met with Prime Minister Mikati, and the meeting dealt with developments in the Lebanese and regional situations. Aboul Gheit affirmed “the university’s continuous support for Lebanon to get out of the deep crisis it is experiencing, with all the serious economic and social consequences that the Lebanese citizen suffers from,” stressing “confidence in the ability of the Lebanese Prime Minister to manage the hoped-for reforms, due to his wisdom.” And a wide network of Arab and international relations. An official source in the General Secretariat of the Arab League quoted Aboul Gheit as confirming that “achieving internal consensus, even if it is important in order to move forward on the path of reforms, to restore confidence in the Lebanese economy; It should not be a window to disrupt the reform measures demanded by the Lebanese and international community.”

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