The Egyptian Foreign Minister affirmed Egypt’s continued efforts in contacting all the concerned parties in the Syrian file, praising the UN efforts to solve the Syrian crisis politically.
On October 4, 2020, Shoukry received a phone call from Pedersen, discussing the latest developments in Syria.
That is the first since he took office in October 2020.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry participated on Thursday in a virtual ministerial meeting of the Small Group on Syria.
The Tripartite Cooperation Mechanism Summit was held on Wednesday in Nicosia.
Shoukry reiterated Egypt’s call for confronting terrorist and extremist organizations and their regional supporters.
Both individuals are Libyan while the companies are based in Turkey, Jordan, and Kazkhstan and operate in the maritime and aviation sectors.
Shokry added that certain entities bring foreign mercenaries in the country and that they deal with terrorist organizations that target the innocent.
Those will be deployed in the areas controlled by Turkey and its proxies in Syria.
Shokry affirmed that Egypt backs all steps aimed at achieving de-escalation and a political solution.
Abou Al Gheit and Williams congrued on the necessity of building upon the ceasefire declarations issued on August 21.
Several others were wounded by armed men who fired live rounds.
Demonstrators took to the streets in Trippoli and Misrata controlled by the GNA to protest corruption and the deterioration of utilities.
Source at the Libyan National Army (LNA) told MENA that the defense ministers of Qatar and Turkey visited Prime Minister of Tripoli-based GNA Fayez al-Sarraj on August 17.
A source at the Libyan National Army (LNA) told Al Arabiyah that the Libyan Armed Forces eliminated a terrorist cell affiliated to the Islamic State (IS).
ItaMilRadar identified the aircraft as Lockheed C-130B (61-0963).
Turkey received earlier this week a direct hit in the Aegean Sea, and two indirect ones in Libya.
There was congruence among Saleh and Norland to maintain the ceasefire that began in June.
OFAC sanctioned on August 6 a "criminal network threatening the stability and security of Libya."
Al Mayadeen is a Lebanon-based channel close to the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.