Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, received Thursday, the head of the new government, Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, in the presence of Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister, and Abbas Kamel, head of General Intelligence.
The Spokesman for the Egyptian Presidency stated that Dbeibah expressed his country’s appreciation and pride for the sincere and effective Egyptian efforts in various tracks to resolve the Libyan crisis during the past period, which resulted in the convergence of views between Libyans and an end to the state of division, as well as Egypt’s support for Libyan institutions in combating terrorism and extreme groups.
Dbeibah affirmed that the Libyan government and people are looking forward to establishing a comprehensive partnership with Egypt with the aim of reproducing successful examples of its development experience that were achieved over the past years, especially with regard to restoring security and stability and launching the development and reform process.
El-Sisi congratulated the Prime Minister for obtaining the confidence of the members of the Political Dialogue Forum, representatives of the Libyan people, which is a promising beginning of a new phase in which all Libyan state institutions work in harmony and unified in a way that raises the national interest above any considerations.
El-Sisi affirmed Egypt’s keenness to continue supporting the Libyan people to complete the mechanisms of managing their country, and install the foundations of peace and stability to preserve their capabilities and activate their will.
He said that the current stage requires Libya’s mobilization of all the efforts in order to prioritize movement and action towards the various fields, starting with the restoration of security, through stabilizing the pillars of the state, then ending with initiating service and development projects that have a direct impact on the people.
Sisi stressed Egypt’s full readiness to provide all its expertise and experience in serving the Libyan brothers, in a way that contributes to putting Libya on the right track and preparing the country to launch towards prospects for construction, development and stability.
The meeting witnessed a review of Libyan efforts during the coming period to lead the transitional phase, and prospects for cooperation and coordination between the two brotherly countries to support the Libyan side in the historical responsibility in that period.
It was agreed to exchange visits at the level of executive officials to transfer expertise and experience to the Libyan side, and to consult on all sectors in which cooperation will take place, especially at the level of services and restoring security, as well as economic cooperation, and the rehabilitation of Libyan cadres in various fields.