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.
Egypt’s Al-Azhar Institute condemned in the strongest terms Israel’s repeated attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque, and banning the Athan (Islamic call for prayer) at Hebron's Ibrahimi Mosque.
On February 25, many important events that changed the world map took place.
This came during their meeting at the Palestinian presidency headquarters in Ramallah which was attended by Palestinian energy authority chief Zafer Melhem.
The visit aims at crystallizing a common vision and a systematic dialogue to develop a gas regional market after the EMGF’s Charter came into force.
Further, Minister Shokry congratulated Jerandi over the successful Tunisian presidency of the UN Security Council in January.
"The UN will continue to support the Palestinian people as well as preparations towards the holding of elections," he concluded.
Egyptian authorities took measures based on the directives of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, to open the Rafah crossing and support the citizens of the Gaza Strip.
The Palestinian National Dialogue meetings wrapped up, Tuesday after two days of discussions hosted in Cairo.
A leader of the Palestinian Fatah Movement, Ayman Al-Raqb, said that the Egyptian state has been exerting great efforts for 16 years to solve the Palestinian issue.
Bseiso stressed that the Palestinian division created an unnatural atmosphere in dealing with the Palestinian issue.
Egypt has a long history of supporting Palestinians and their aspirations for an independent state, not only for the obvious reasons of sharing a border with them, having a central role in the region, or having a peace treaty with Israel.
The 15 Palestinian political factions participating in The National Dialogue, that kicked off in Cairo, Monday, thanked President Abdel Fattah al Sisi for supporting and the Palestinian cause
Hosting the Palestinian National Dialogue in Cairo, comes as part of Egypt’s continues support to the Palestinians and to help them achieving long- sought unity, an official said
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry discussed with his Jordanian counterpart Ayman al-Safdy regional affairs of mutual interest.
The Palestinian National Dialogue sessions expected to kick off in Cairo, Monday under the auspices of President Abdel Fattah al Sisi.
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.
Egypt is keen on peacefully solving conflicts in the region, and always rejects conspiracies and interference in domestic affairs of countries, Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said Tuesday during a hearing at the parliament.
Chief of General Intelligence Abbas Kamel visited Sunday Palestine's Ramallah.