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Sisi, Malaysian Prime Minister stress the gravity of any additional military movement in the Gaza Strip

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim held phone-talks on Thursday where they warned of the repercussions any additional military moves might have on the ongoing Gaza crisis.

The international community must assume its legal, humanitarian, and political responsibilities to push for a ceasefire and lead to a two-state solution, the two leaders stressed, in order to diffuse rising tensions and stop the scope of the conflict from expanding.

The spokesperson for the Egyptian Presidency Ahmed Fahmy added that Egypt’s efforts to reach a ceasefire and enforce humanitarian aid were discussed.

Sisi expressed his appreciation for Malaysia’s willingness to participate in providing relief aid to Gaza.

The Malaysian Prime Minister in turn emphasized his country’s appreciation for the pivotal role Egypt plays in entering aid into Gaza, despite the many challenges it faces there, and Egypt’s intensive efforts to establish peace in the region.

The two leaders also discussed their joint aspiration for further rapprochement, especially regarding economic, commercial, and investment cooperation alongside more cultural cooperation and educational exchange.


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