This comes via the UN Peacebuilding Commission that Egypt leads as representative of Africa.
Egypt and Turkey issued a joint statement Thursday on the two-day "exploratory consultations" held on May 5-6 in Cairo with the aim of examining chances to normalize relations.
Cavusoglu pointed out that foreign forces should not be mixed up with foreign mercenaries.
Menif hailed relations between the two countries and peoples, saying he will visit Kuwait as soon as possible.
Egyptian authorities will visit Libyan airports in the coming days to resume flights, with 35 flights per week from the airports of Mitiga, Misurata, and Benina to Cairo airport.
The Brotherhood said that the Renaissance and Renewal Association will fulfill its mission in the Libyan society through tireless work in various fields.
The statement reiterated the importance of protecting Libya's unity and sovereignty.
The aid has been provided by the Egyptian Ministry of the population to Libya to ease Libyan citizens' plight against the coronavirus pandemic.
The Libya Investment Authority directs around $67 billion through a union includes 550 investment companies across three continents.
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Egypt’s Electricity Minister Mohamed Shaker said the country is studying the possibility to add up to 2,000-3,000 megawatts of electricity in power linkage with Libya, up from 240 MW.
Egypt has sent, Wednesday a military transport plane loaded with medical and humanitarian supplies to the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
5 + 5 military committee will discuss the mechanism of progress to open the coastal road and evacuate foreign forces.
This came as per a decision stating the prime minister of the national unity government has excused all secretaries of the ministries, appointed by the outgoing Fayez Al-Sarraj government.
Shoukry and Libyan counterpart Najla El-Mangoush reviewed during a phone call on Saturday ways to promote cooperation ties between both countries.
Manqoush described Libya's relations with neighboring countries as "positive".
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.
Libya has been a main destination for many Egyptians to seek jobs due to “geographical proximity and various open border policies that until 2006 allowed Egyptians to enter and reside in Libya with ID only."
In September 2019, Libya and Italy agreed to kick off the conduction of the road that will extend from the Libyan border city of Ras Ajdair with Tunisia to Imssaed border city with Egypt.
Khalifa urged the 3.7 million Egyptian private enterprises – employing 25 million workers - to take benefit of the 11 MoUs signed by both countries on April 19.