Egyptian, Jordanian and Palestinian leaders said on Monday that they will continue their efforts with the main international powers and parties concerned with peace in order to revive a serious and meaningful peace process.
Shoukry’s remarks were made in a meeting with his Palestinian counterpart, Mohammad Shtayyeh, on Thursday on the sidelines of the 77th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) to discuss the developments of the Palestinian situation.
“A number of proposals aimed at breaking the current deadlock in the peace process were studied,” the statement said.
As the German Ambassador to Cairo Cyril Jan Non officially leaves his post, he made remarks about Egypt’s role in the peace processes in the Middle East describing it as “a major and important partner.”
The call was issued in a phone call between the Egyptian Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry and his Israeli counterpart Yair Lapid. Shoukry congratulated him on assuming his new post.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al- Sisi received Saturday Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cyprus Nikos Christodoulides, where both discussed bilateral strategic relations and Mideast peace process.
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.
Sisi affirmed the continuation of Egypt’s tireless efforts, in cooperation with the Palestinian brothers and international partners to formulate a clear vision during the coming period, with the aim of advancing the peace process efforts, the Presidency added.
We do not need from the Arab brothers or from any other country in the Arab World except [a stance] that is similar to the Egyptian stance
President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi affirmed the need to resume peace process at the international political level, while taking into consideration the latest international and regional political developments, the Presidency said.
The three countries called upon the international community to stop the Israeli illegal and illegitimate acts in the Palestinian territories.
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President Sisi also called on the U.S. to revive the peace process between Palestinians and Israelis.
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