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.
Two historical peace deals signed Tuesday in the White House between The United Arab of Emirates, Israel and Bahrain
President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi welcomed during a phone call, Friday with Bahrain King Hamad bin Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the announced peace deal with Israel that was brokered by the United States of America.
The United States President Donald Trump announced, Friday signing new agreement of normalization between Bahrain and Israel,
As for the Palestinian-Israeli cause, Minister Shoukry stressed the importance of building on the latest developments to preserve the two-state solution.
Former Sudanese Foreign Ministry spokesperson, who was relieved of his duties after stating that Khartoum would sign a peace treaty with Israel, said he made his remark because the ministry is "completely absent from this file."
Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Dr. Nayef Al-Hajraf lauded the supportive stance expressed by the Arab foreign ministers council towards Palestinians.
Egypt, France, Germany and Jordan warned Israel on Tuesday against annexing parts of the Palestinian territories
In a statement on Thursday, it warned that Israel’s expansionist policy threatens peace in the region and violates international law and conventions.
This plan is illegal and contradicts international legitimacy resolutions.
Aboul Gheit stressed during his statement that the annex "will destroy any prospect for peace in the future."
The Israeli government has finally approved the appointment of Amira Oron as its first female ambassador to Cairo, according to Israeli media on Sunday.
Shoukry and Borrell tackled the bilateral relations between Egypt and the European Union.
The two ministers also discussed the bilateral relations and the international efforts of containing the outbreak of the new coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.