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Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry met with US National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien on Tuesday in the US capital, Washington, where ways were discussed to enhance relations between the two countries to reflect the distinguished bilateral relationship on all political, economic and security levels, as well as the joint strategic interests between the two countries to achieve security and peace And stability in the Middle East.
Counselor Ahmed Hafez, Spokesman for the Foreign Ministry stated that Shukri and O’Brien exchanged views on all issues of the region, foremost of which are the developments of the crisis in Libya, where consultations were held on how to enhance efforts to restore security and stability there, and affirmed the rejection of all external interventions to serve the envoy’s efforts. Nations seeking a comprehensive settlement to the crisis.
The Spokesman indicated that the talks also included consultations on ways to tackle the phenomenon of terrorism, as Minister Shukri stressed the need to adopt a comprehensive approach that deals with terrorist groups and their sponsors without exception.
The spokesman added that Minister Shukri expressed appreciation for the continued American role in order to reach a solution to the issue of the ongoing negotiations on the Renaissance Dam in a way that serves the interests of all parties concerned.