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President Sisi receives a phone call from the Dutch Prime Minister

By Manal Abdel Fattah

President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi received a phone call from Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, who addressed the regional situation. The President reviewed the dimensions of the dire humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip, noting the continuation of Egyptian efforts to implement humanitarian aid, within the framework of Egypt’s keenness to stabilize the region and Egypt’s responsibility. towards its Palestinian brothers.

The President also warned that the continuation of the ongoing war in the Gaza Strip opens the way for the conflict to expand, threatening regional and international security, stressing the importance of the international community urgently pushing for a ceasefire and protecting civilians.

The Dutch Prime Minister expressed appreciation for the Egyptian role in seeking calm, protecting civilians, and evacuating foreign nationals and the injured from the Gaza Strip, stressing his country’s support for Egyptian efforts to bring relief aid to the Gaza Strip, and stressing the keenness to continue consultation and coordination with Egypt to ensure the restoration of stability in the region.

In another context, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi received today the Greek Foreign Minister, George Geraptritis, in the presence of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sameh Shoukry.

The official spokesman for the Presidency of the Republic, Counselor Ahmed Fahmy, stated that the Greek Foreign Minister conveyed the greetings of the Greek Prime Minister to Mr. President, stressing his country’s keenness to enhance cooperation with Egypt in all fields, which Mr. President appreciated, stressing the importance of the strategic relationship between the two countries, and praising coordination and cooperation. Between the two sides on various issues, whether at the bilateral level or through the tripartite mechanism with Cyprus.

The official spokesman added that the meeting dealt with the tense regional situation, as Mr. President warned of the danger of military escalation in the region on more than one front, stressing the necessity of defusing the current tense situation through an immediate ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and implementing humanitarian aid to ensure alleviation of the crisis. Humanitarian affairs in the Gaza Strip, stressing that Egypt will continue to make all possible efforts to provide support and relief to the people of the Gaza Strip, and work to calm the situation.

The Greek Foreign Minister agreed with the Egyptian position, stressing that the current crisis reaffirmed the pivotal importance of Egypt as an indispensable pillar of stability in the Middle East. It was also agreed on the necessity of pushing seriously and quickly towards settling the Palestinian issue in a just and comprehensive manner, as it is the central issue in the region, and the way To bring peace, security and stability there.

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