Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry held a meeting here on Monday with his German counterpart Heiko Maas.
The tête-à-tête meeting took place after a ministerial get-together of the quartet concerned with the Middle East peace process, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ahmed Hafez said.
The two ministers hailed the distinguished level to which bilateral ties have reached, referring to boosting coordination and consultation between the two sides as they adopt almost typical stands vis-à-vis regional and international issues.
The two sides reviewed means of bolstering cooperation in the political, economic and development domains.
The two ministers tackled the outcome of Cairo quartet meeting which addressed ways of realizing regional peace and jump-starting the Palestinian-Israeli negotiations.
The talks also the latest developments in Libya, Hafez said, noting that the Shoukry posted his German counterpart on Egypt’s efforts to help Libya restore security and stability.
Shoukry underlined Egypt’s support for a political solution to the Libyan crisis in line with the relevant United Nations Security Council resolutions, Cairo Declaration and the outcomes of the Berlin conference on Libya.
He highlighted the importance of avoiding any foreign interference and putting an end to the presence of terrorists, mercenaries and foreign forces on the Libyan lands.
The talks discussed the latest developments in the Eastern Mediterranean region.
Shoukry highlighted the importance of cooperation with Germany and other European partners to enhance regional stability.
Source: State Information Service Egypt