Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said that the solution to Libya's political crisis comes through the withdrawal of all the external, foreign powers
Spokesperson of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed his country's support to Egypt's call for an immediate ceasefire, and activation of the political process.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry on Thursday discussed at a meeting with his Greek counterpart Nikos Dendias means of boosting bilateral ties in different fields, as well as regional and international issues of common concern.
They discussed ways to develop efforts to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic and ease its medical, economic, and social impacts.
The foreign ministers of the five countries said that Turkey's violations contradict all international norms and laws stipulating the respect of good-neighborliness, sovereignty of countries and banning interference in other countries' internal affairs.
Egypt’s minster of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry held a teleconference meeting with his Greek, Cypriot, French and Emirati counterparts
Sources at the Ministry of Civil Aviation told Egypt Today that the flight landed in Marsa Alam International Airport on March 24.
Greece has said it is placing migrant camps across the country on a two-week shutdown to visitors to ward off the new coronavirus.
It was followed by a volley of tear gas from the other side.
Hundreds of migrants headed through permeable borders to Greece from Turkey on Sunday
Greek police fired teargas towards migrants gathered on its border with Turkey on Saturday.
The meeting tackled the Egyptian tourism programs on the religious tourism, to which Greek tourists gravitate, the statement continued.
Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem has announced the selection of Greece as the honorary guest of the 52nd Cairo International Book Fair of 2021.
High court judge Katerina Sakellaropoulou has been elected as Greece's first female president with an overwhelming majority in a parliamentary vote.
They also took up the mechanism of activating the joint government agreement on extending pipelines in order to transmit the Cypriot gas to Egypt's EDCO plant.
He warned however that certain "red lines cannot be crossed by anyone."
The officials agreed on the dangerous consequences of this development on Arab national security, regional security.
Turkish parliament overwhelmingly approved a bill that allows troops to be deployed in Libya, in a clear breach of sovereignty.
Turkey’s Parliament voted on Wednesday for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s proposal to send Turkish troops to Libya, which is expected to deepen the Libyan crisis and mount tensions in the Middle East and North Africa.
As part of regular trips, this is the third trip by the ship “Celestyel Crystal” to dock into the Alexandria port.