It also called on all partners to offer support to brotherly Somalia to help it overcome the current conditions.
In March 2019, Shoukry held a meeting with his Somali counterpart Ahmed Eissa Awad and voiced Egyptian support to Somalia to rebuild its state institutions and achieve security and stability.
Some of the youths conscripted for Qatar’s army told Somaliguardian that many of their country-mates were already deployed in the front line areas in Libya and that they were waiting to be sent to the hostile zone.
The Islamic nation needs a generation of young people who are able to counter the ideology promoted by the "gangs of extremism and terrorism" that is only meant to destroy Muslim countries, former dean of the Faculty of Islamic Call at al-Azhar University
Egypt's Mufti Dr Shawki Allam vehemently denounced on Saturday a bloody terrorist bombing at a Somali police checkpoint in Mogadishu, which left at least 50 people dead.
A car bomb exploded at a busy security checkpoint in Somalia's capital Saturday morning, killing at least 30 people, a government spokesman said.
Both countries requested the mediation of African Union (AU) Chair, Egypt.
Egypt condemned on Saturday the terror blast that rocked a government building in the Somali capital Mogadishu.
They also reviewed the developments in the Horn of Africa and ways to back Somalia.
A US air strike killed 13 ISIS fighters in Somalia’s semi-autonomous Puntland region on Wednesday, the US military said, days after another strike killed three.
Somali President Mohamed Farmaajo lauded Somali-Egyptian relations, asserting the importance of the historical ties binding both countries.
Farmaajo presented the latest developments in Somalia, and the steps followed by the central government to reinstate security and stability.
This came during a meeting in Cairo with Somali Foreign Minister Ahmed Isse Awad.
Shoukry and Isse tackled means to boost bilateral ties in addition to a number of regional issues of mutual interest, Spokesman for the Foreign Ministry Ahmed Hafez said.
The 151st session of the Council of Arab Foreign Ministers kicked off on Wednesday.
Awad presented the developments on the Somali scene including measures taken to rebuild state institutions and develop security forces.
Egypt expressed its sincerest condolences to the families of the victims and wished the injured a speedy recovery.
The attack - the latest in a series of high-profile assaults in East Africa by al Shabaab - came after U.S. forces in Somalia stepped up air strikes against the Islamist group.
The U.S. military said on Monday that a recent air strike in central Somalia killed 35 al Shabaab fighters.
Egypt recorded its third best corruption perception score since 2011, according to Transparency International.