Foreign Ministers of Egypt, Jordan and Palestine agreed upon the importance of continuing to work during the coming period in order to create an environment conducive to serious and constructive negotiations between the Palestinian and Israeli parties.
Allam called upon the international community to apply the international law to stop the occupation authorities from preventing religious rites in mosques and to immediately intervene to stop the Israeli attacks against Jerusalem and its sanctities.
The Pre-Trial Chamber I of the International Criminal Court decided to investigate the crimes that have been committed since 1967 in the West Bank, East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip.
They welcomed the International Criminal Court decision of investigating war crimes committed by the Israeli occupation in Palestinian territories.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry discussed with his Jordanian counterpart Ayman al-Safdy regional affairs of mutual interest.
The meeting would discuss the Arab national security interests, particularly the Palestinian issue.
Minister Shokry underlined that Egypt’s endeavors and communication with both sides are aligned with international law and the UN Security Council resolutions.
A quartet committee between the Foreign Ministers of Egypt, France, Germany and Jordan will convene in Cairo on Monday to discuss the ways of reviving the peace negotiation between Israel and Palestine after it has been suspended since April 2014.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry made a Wednesday phone call to his Israeli and Palestinian counterparts to discuss the upcoming quartet meeting of Egypt, Jordan, France and Germany that aims to push the peace process forward in the region.
The Grand Mufti warned against the ongoing Israeli plots to Judaize the Palestinian occupied city of Jerusalem, change its features, and obliterate its true identity.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el Sisi praised, Thursday, the normalizing agreement between Morocco and Israel, brokered by the United Sates.
Israel and Morocco agreed on Thursday to normalize relations in a deal brokered with the help of the United States, making Morocco the fourth Arab country to set aside hostilities with Israel in the past four months.
Ambassador Tayel recently assumed his position as the new ambassador of Egypt to Palestine.
Egypt said that the continued Israeli settlement policies in the occupied Palestinian territories undermine chances for the two-state solution.
Such a decision is a novel violation of international legitimacy resolutions and related UN Security Council decisions, the ministry said.
This escalation would impede the two-state solution and hinders reaching a comprehensive and just peace and achieving stability in the region.
Egypt’s president Abdel Fatah welcomed, Friday, efforts to normalize relations between Sudan and Israel.
Egypt's Foreign Ministry strongly condemned Israel's approval to build thousands of settlement units in the West Bank.
Egypt’s FM said that the latest development of signing normalization deals between Israel, Bahrain, and the UAE is a bottom line that leads to more interaction and support for reaching a comprehensive peace in the region based on the international legitimacy and the UN and AL resolutions, including the Arab Peace Initiative.
Over the phone call, both leaders tackled the ways of enhancing the bilateral relations in a way to serve the countries.