Egypt, Sudan to coordinate on Libya unrest


Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi said Sunday his country will work with Sudan to support Libya’s military against Islamic militants in a bid to restore stability to the two countries’ war-torn neighbor.

El-Sissi’s remarks came at the end of a two-day visit by Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir.

El-Sissi said Sudan and Egypt agreed to coordinate efforts to achieve stability in Libya through supporting state institutions, primarily the military.

Egypt and Sudan have a border dispute that also dates back to colonial times.

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Categories: Africa, Egypt, Libya, Sudan

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  1. When I was in Pakistan, no sectarian violence existed. When I was in Afghanistan peace prevailed. When I was in Nigeria the country prospered and invested its oil revenues developing infrastructure, motorways, new port …
    etc. etc. etc.
    When I was in Benghazi, Libya, the only shots fired were in celebration (of Ghaddafi’s capture).

    (The King of Jordan would be well advised to ‘bribe me’ to stay here, otherwise who knows what will happen….)

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