Sisi, keeping meeting AU CP

Author : Mircea Birca | Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Posted in category Africa, Africa News
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ABU DHABI: His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, held talks with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi about fraternal bilateral relations and a variety of regional issues and international interests of mutual interest, including Syria, Yemen, Palestine and Libya, Tuesday.

The two sides affirmed their sincere desire to strengthen strategic partnerships between them, noting their strength, vitality and importance to this difficult chapter in the history of the region.

Sisi said, “The UAE, led by President Sheikh Khalifa Bin HH Zayed Al Nahyan, said his farm, Egypt support position to maintain its security and stability and boost economic growth and development. ”

Sisi expressed his gratitude to the UAE for the positive role it plays in safeguarding and Egypt to his honorable standing next to the Egyptian people to support the economic and development fields, which feeds the engine of growth and consolidate stability.

As for Yemen, the two sides discussed the role of the Arab Coalition “Operation Restore Hope” to support the legitimate government in Yemen.

Egyptian President stressed the Egypt’s commitment to maintaining the safety and stability of the GCC and the UAE and stand with them for the challenges they may encounter.

Regarding the Syrian crisis, the two leaders stressed the need for concerted coordination with regional and international powers to end the crisis through political solutions that protect the safety and security of a united Syria. And protect its national institutions in a way that realizes the aspirations of the Syrian people and supports his will and national choices.

The two sides also reaffirmed the importance of strengthening the channels of communication, cooperation and dialogue with the international community to achieve common solutions to various challenges and regional and international issues.

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