In parallel, clashes occurred among the militias of the Tripoli-based interim government.
Both ministers also tackled the possibility of arranging a meeting to confer over matters of mutual interest.
The UNSMIL head warns of a regional war.
That is "in order to avoid engagement."
Mahgoub stated that the first batch of those started patrolling the capital after receiving training at Takbali Camp southern the city and the police uniform.
That is less than a month from losing air defense and electronic warfare systems in strikes by "unknown flights."
Sudanese authorities declared the arrest of 160 individuals, including two foreigners, as they were attempting to cross the borders to Libya.
The Egyptian Armed Forces can intervene whenever there is a threat to the national security of both states.
The French minister pointed out that Commander-in-Chief of the Libyan National Army Haftar played a massive role in deterring the Islamic State (IS) in Libya.
The communication office of the Turkish presidency declared Monday Al Jufrah Airbase a military target of the country's forces stationed in Libya.
The operations room they were in was hit.
The Libyan National Army (LNA) destroyed on Sunday air defense systems installed by Turkey on July 2 in Oqba Bin Nafea Airbase.
In January, the tribes announced the closure of oil facilities in order to cut revenues acquired by the GNA to pay militias and Syrian mercenaries trained and brought in by Turkey.
Mahgoub asserted that the LNA is ready to repel any attempts by the militias to enter Sirte describing it as "a red line."
The Chinese ambassador to Egypt expressed his country's consent to Cairo Declaration on Libya, and stressed China's support to the role of the Arab League in the crisis resolution process.
The meeting requested by Egypt was held on June 23 and attended by Arab foreign ministers.
Syrian Deputy Prime Minister Walid al-Moalam stated on June 23.
Spokesperson of the Libyan National Army Ahmed al-Mesmary declared in a press conference held on Sunday evening the closure of airspace over 200 kilometers from eastern Sirte to Hishaز
Spokesperson of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed his country's support to Egypt's call for an immediate ceasefire, and activation of the political process.
The statement concluded, "Glory and eternity to martyrs. Long live Egypt. Long live Sisi."