The statement released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed hope that the meetings would produce a comprehensive permanent ceasefire.
The minister underscored Egypt's deep concern about the persistence of military confrontations, which has incurred deaths among civilians.
That is because of the increase in threats and risks ensued from the persistence of the armed conflict.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a press statement indicating that Minister Shokry delivered a speech on behalf of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.
Egypt's Envoy at the United Nations Osama Abdel Khaleq stated that the reelection is the outcome of the voting of the African group in New York.
Egypt also affirmed that there is a need to protect civilians and achieve calm in a way that preserves the Libyan people’s security, stability and capabilities and upholds the supreme interest, the statement said.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry received Sunday UN Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict Virginia Gamba.
Swiss Envoy for the Middle East and North Africa Wolfgang Bruelhart displayed Monday his country's strategic priorities on the region in 2021-2024.
The ceremony was attended by a large number of African ambassadors to Cairo, and representatives of donating countries that support the center's activities.
Equally, other activities pertinent to conflicts on the continent took place.
The city lies 130 kilometers away from the capital, Addis Ababa, which is the target of nine armed rebel groups.
AU Chair and President of the Democratic Republic of Congo Felix Tshisekedi condemned in a message the use of force in that conflict.
The funds will be directed to Tigray region, where armed conflict is ongoing.
President Sisi had headed to France earlier Thursday to take part in the conference scheduled for Friday on Libya.
Reuters acquired an "internal U.N. email" indicating that 72 Tigrayan drivers working with the United Nations have been detained by Ethiopian authorities.
A motion was submitted to the United Nations Security Council.
Airstrikes were launched Monday against the sites occupied by Tigray forces between Wollo province located in Oromia state, and Afar state.
It is noted that a number of countries are withdrawing their staff in the country as a result.
Tigray forces had captured two towns and have been advancing toward the capital so as now they lie 270 kilometers away from Addis Ababa.
That was during the participation of the minister of foreign affairs in the international conference Libya held Thursday to support stability on its territories.