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El-Sisi reiterates need for end to foreign interference in Libya

El-Sisi reiterates need for end to foreign interference in Libya
The spokesman for Egypt’s presidency said El-Sisi stressed Cairo’s keenness to strengthen coordination with Libya. (File/AFP)

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CAIRO: Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi has reiterated the need for an end to all foreign interference in Libya, the preservation of its territorial integrity, and the restoration of its security and stability.

During his meeting with Mohamed Menfi, president of the Libyan Presidential Council, in Egypt’s new administrative capital, El-Sisi reiterated Cairo’s full support for a political solution to the Libyan crisis.

The spokesman for Egypt’s presidency said El-Sisi stressed Cairo’s keenness to strengthen coordination with Libya.

During the meeting, he reviewed his recent participation in the Paris International Conference for Libya, and stressed the need to hold national elections on time next month.

Menfi expressed his appreciation for Egypt’s attempts to restore peace and stability in Libya in light of the close ties between the two countries.

He indicated his keenness to continue intensive consultations with Egypt in order to hold elections on time.

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