Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi confirmed today, Thursday, his country’s full and absolute support for the new executive authority in Libya in all fields and in all bilateral, regional and international forums for its success in managing the current historical stage, and to reach the holding of national elections at the end of this year.
This came during the Egyptian President’s meeting today with the head of the Libyan Presidency Council, Mohamed Al-Manfi, in the presence of Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry, and Head of General Intelligence Abbas Kamel, according to the spokesman for the Egyptian presidency, Ambassador Bassam Radi.
He added that Egypt is ready to provide its expertise to the Libyan government in various fields, to restore the national institutions of the Libyan state, especially those security and police forces, with the aim of achieving security and stability priorities.
Al-Sisi affirmed the stability of the Egyptian position aimed at achieving the supreme interest of the Libyan state in the first place, which stems from the principles of preserving the unity of the Libyan territories, restoring security and stability, Libya’s enjoyment of a unified national army, ending foreign interventions, and the exit of all mercenaries and foreign fighters from Libya.
For his part, the President of the Libyan Presidency Council expressed his sincere appreciation and gratitude for the sincere Egyptian support to her Libyan sister since the outbreak of the crisis with her until now, appreciating in this context Egypt’s pioneering role, and its tireless, sincere and continuous efforts in supporting its brothers in Libya within the framework of the extended and fraternal relations that bind the two countries and two peoples.
The two brothers, especially by contributing to the unification of the Libyan National Army, as well as the vital role of transferring the Egyptian development experience to Libya and benefiting from the experience and capabilities of the ancient Egyptian companies in this regard.
The exiled arrived at the head of a delegation to Cairo yesterday evening, Wednesday, in the first visit to Egypt since his election on the fifth of last February.