Head of Egypt's General Intelligence Service delivers message of support to Libya's government
Ahram Online , Thursday 17 Jun 2021

Head of Egyptian General Intelligence visit Tripoli
The head of Egypt's General Intelligence Service (GIS) Abbas Kamel arrived in Tripoli on Thursday upon the directives of President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, a short statement by the GIS said.
The visit aims to boost cooperation and support the political process and stability in Libya.
Kamel conveyed a message from President El-Sisi to Libyan Prime Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbeibeh expressing Egypt's support for the Libyan people and their government, which aims to achieve stability in Libya.
El-Sisi also stressed the importance of reaching national reconciliation in Libya as an important step towards achieving stability.
The Egyptian president reiterated the importance of supporting the efforts to unify the Libyan military institution, praising the role the 5+5 military committee in safeguarding the stability of Libya.
He also voiced Egypt’s support for holding the Libyan elections on the agreed upon date later this year as one of the ways to build a modern democratic civilian state.
Kamel and Dbeibeh discussed bilateral relations between Egypt and Libya and ways to boost those relations.
He also met with the head of the Presidential Council of Libya Mohamed Al-Menfi.
PM Dbeibeh expressed his appreciation for Egypt’s president and people for their constant support of Libya.
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