Air strikes kill 10 in Syria's Idlib province: monitoring group. Reuters Staff
NEW YORK - 29 September 2018: Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry has warned of the threat that can be posed if foreign fighters move from Syria's Idlib to other countries in the region.
He called for not allowing setting up safe corridors for the terrorists.
This came during his meeting with his Finnish counterpart Timo Soini on the sidelines of the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York.
Egypt's top diplomat voiced Egypt's keenness on fostering bilateral relations with Finland, said Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ahmed Abu Zeid on Saturday.
For his part, the Finnish top diplomat invited Shoukry to visit Helsinki to follow up efforts meant to promote cooperation in various domains and coordinate stances towards regional issues.
Both ministers discussed the latest developments pertaining to the Libyan and Palestinian files.
Shoukry reviewed Egypt's vision towards the Palestinian issue, highlighting the importance of coordinating international efforts to encourage both Palestinian and Israeli sides to resume negotiations as soon as possible.
He also underlined the necessity of supporting UN efforts for reaching a comprehensive settlement of the Libyan crisis.