Both leaders stressed they will continue pushing forward the course of cooperation between the two countries in various fields.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry discussed on Tuesday with his Sudanese counterpart Mariam al-Sadiq al-Mahdi the situation in Sudan in the wake of floods that hit several Sudanese states.
Earlier in the day, Shoukry took part in a working breakfast with EU foreign ministers in Brussels. Talks covered files of bilateral cooperation, the Ethiopian dam and the peace process in Libya.
Shoukry stressed Egypt's keenness to coordinate with Hariri and political leaderships there to avoid more problems in case that no technocratic government is formed.
Shoukri has discussed with his Malian counterpart Zeini Moulaye a number of issues of common interest.
The message also focused on Egypt’s stance regarding the Ethiopian dam, said Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmed Hafez Tuesday.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry will hold on Thursday a session of talks with his Comoros' counterpart Dhoihir Dhoulkamal, currently visiting Egypt.
Shoukry described the event as a "key opportunity for exchanging views on the major foreign political files and issues with a group of opinion leaders and media persons."
He affirmed the continuity of contact and cooperation between the Egyptian government and the UN envoy to address the crisis.
The meeting tackled means of boosting bilateral relations as well as a number of other issues of mutual concern.
Shoukry added that relations cover various cooperation fields and offer joint benefits for both countries.
Shoukry welcomed in his speech the efforts of the UN Secretary-General to mobilize political and financial support for the Peace-building Fund.
Shoukry said that Egypt had made great efforts to the ceasefire in Libya, in coordination with partners, to preserve the capabilities and wealth of the Libyan people.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry participated on Thursday in the ministerial meeting held in Amman to review the latest developments in the Palestinian cause.
The UNRWA focuses on supporting education, health and relief efforts.
The high-level debate of the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York kicked off Tuesday, where Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry delivered Egypt’s statement.
This came during a conference held on Sunday, with Armenian Foreign Minister Zohrab Manatsakanyan.
Egypt’s Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry was briefed - in a Wednesday phone call - from his Iraqi counterpart Fouad Hussein about details of the recent Turkish attach that targeted an Iraqi border guard vehicle in northern Iraq.
“Egypt will not stop sending assistance to the Lebanese people,” Shoukry.
Shoukry stressed Egypt's steadfast stance on the Libyan crisis.