Egypt to present its vision to solve regional crisis during UN summit

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi is set to present Egypt’s vision on efforts being made to settle regional crises in front of the UN’s General Assembly, Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry has said.
In an interview with MENA agency, Shoukry said that El-Sisi is also going to present current political and economic developments in Egypt in front of the UNGA, which will be held next week in New York.
He said that El-Sisi’s participation in the General Assembly’s meetings this year held special importance in the light of Egypt’s membership of the Security Council, pointing out that El-Sisi’s participation in the Security Council Summit would be a first for an Egyptian president.
El-Sisi is set to attend a number of meetings, including the Security Council’s summit on Syria and Libya, held on 21 September, a meeting on migrants and asylum seekers, and an African leaders’ meeting on fighting climate change.
Shoukry stressed Egypt’s keenness on Syrian unity, and supporting all exerted efforts to reach a peaceful resolution to the Syrian crisis.
He added that Egypt will highlight the necessity of the return of stability in Libya and accomplishing a national consensus through implementing the Skhirat agreement, adding that Egypt supports the National Libyan Army which holds legitimacy.
He stressed Egypt’s backing of the Libyan army’s move to restore stability and security in Libya and secure the country’s oil wealth.

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