In an interview with ONA, Shoukry stated that the Oman-Egypt relations are ‘brotherly, historical and well-established’ that reflect the vision of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el Sisi.
He stated that His Majesty the Sultan’s wisdom has contributed in enhancing Arab solidarity by means of understanding and dialogue. “Egypt and Oman have a common vision in this regard.”
Shoukry referred to the current meeting among His Majesty the Sultan and Egyptian President, saying that it aimed to enhance cooperation among the two nations and discover possibilities in numerous fields.
He stated that the two nations are cooperating in the places of ports and financial zones, industrial and maritime navigation.
About his meeting with Yousuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah, Oman’s Minister Responsible for Foreign Affairs, he stated that they reviewed the challenges facing the area, particularly the conflicts that nonetheless persist in a quantity of Arab nations and the challenges in combating terrorism in all its types.
He stressed that the two sides are on the identical web page to resolve conflicts and need to intensify efforts to counter terrorism and function towards stability.
In response to a query about Syria’s return to the Arab League, he stated that Egypt ‘has set no such conditions’ and that Cairo and Damascus have powerful relations. “I have worked over the past years to tackle the crisis and save the Syrian people from the scourge of war and destruction and terrorist organisations in their territory.”
Commenting on the deal of the century, Shoukry stated that the deal ‘has not yet been announced for Egypt to take position’. “I stress Egypt’s support for restoring the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people. There should be solutions within the framework of international resolutions of the Security Council.”
He also stressed the significance of consensus among the two parties to restore peace.
Information Source: Muscat Daily