They also probed the latest developments in Libya and the efforts under way to implement the outputs of the UN-facilitated Libyan Political Dialogue and relevant UN Security Council resolutions for Libya's stability and prosperity, Ministry Spokesman Ahmed Hafez said in a statement.

Shoukry also invited the Libyan foreign minister to visit Egypt as soon as possible to continue their consultations on the efforts needed to consolidate stability in Libya.


Earlier in the day, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi voiced Egypt’s readiness to support Libya as a sisterly country and a nation of strategic depth to Egypt as he met with military officials after the Friday Prayer in Moushir Tantawy Mosque.


Sisi, in a video published by the Presidency, said he urged the Egyptian government to organize the travel of the Egyptian labor to Libya in a better way and prepare databases that include the information and specializations of these workers.


The president said he also asked the government to prepare databases of the Egyptian companies that can work in Libya, given their experience and competence.


Sisi’s remarks come days after Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly signed 11 MoUs with head of the Libyan National Unity Government Abdul Hamid Al-Dabaiba to enhance bilateral cooperation between the two countries in various field.