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Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry held a phone call on December 21 with his Moroccan counterpart Nasser Bourita, in the context of continuous coordination and consultation between the two countries.
Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Counselor Ahmed Hafez stated that the two ministers exchanged views on a number of regional issues of common concern, topped by the situation Libya, whereby they affirmed the importance of enhancing joint Arab action in order to achieve security and stability in Libya, and outlined means to push ahead with efforts aimed at reaching a comprehensive settlement to the crisis.
Hafez added that the conversation also tackled prospects for further promotion of bilateral ties between Egypt and Morocco. In this regard, Minister Shoukry stressed Egypt's keenness on advancing bilateral cooperation with Morocco in light of the fraternal and deep-rooted relations binding the two countries.