Sisi and Abbas discuss on phone call latest developments in Palestinian cause and peace process
CAIRO – October 6, 2021: Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi on Wednesday called his Palestinian counterpart, President Mahmoud Abbas, to discuss the latest developments in the Palestinian cause and the peacemaking process.
According to presidential spokesman Bassam Rady, Sisi stressed during the phone call that Egypt will continue to make strenuous efforts in favor of the Palestinian cause in coordination with the Palestinian side in order to relaunch the peace process and help the Palestinian people restore their legitimate rights and promote security and stability. In the region.
Palestinian President Abbas praised the depth and confidentiality of Egyptian-Palestinian relations. The Palestinian leader appreciated Egypt’s strenuous efforts to support the Palestinian cause.
Egypt maintains its historic role in reaching a just and comprehensive solution to the Palestinian question, Abbas said.
Sisi and Abbas agreed on the need for continued intensive consultation and coordination on various issues of mutual interest, according to Radi.
Last September, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry affirmed Egypt’s steadfastness towards the Palestinian cause and the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people, Egyptian Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmed Hafez said in a statement.
Shoukry’s comments were expressed during a tripartite meeting with his Jordanian and Palestinian counterparts Ayman Safadi and Riyad Al-Maliki at Tahrir Palace in downtown Cairo and ahead of the 156th Ordinary Session of the Council of the League of States Arabs at ministerial level.
âThe meeting aimed to discuss the latest developments in the Palestinian cause and the efforts made over the past period to work for re-engagement in the peace process and to initiate a serious and constructive negotiation process to achieve a comprehensive and just settlement. the basis of the two-state solution which guarantees the establishment of an independent Palestinian state on the borders of June 4, 1967, with East Jerusalem as its capital, âHafez said in the statement.
Shoukry called on the relevant international parties to provide appropriate conditions to advance the path of peace in the coming period, in a way that achieves the desired peace and stability in the region, Hafez said.