Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, president of Egypt, has reaffirmed his nation’s unwavering support for the Palestinian people.
Mahmoud Abbas, the president of Palestine, was in Egypt on a visit when El-Sisi made the comments.
Following a gathering of the general secretaries of numerous Palestinian groups on Sunday in Egypt’s New Alamein City, El-Sisi and Abbas met.
El-Sisi stated that Egypt would be willing to host the gathering of the factions in order to promote discussion of various topics and to concentrate on the goal of restoring Palestinian national unity.
According to the presidency’s spokesman, Ahmed Fahmy, the meeting “focused on ways to coordinate positions and views regarding a number of issues pertinent to the Palestinian cause, particularly reviving the peace process.”
The conference of the Palestinian groups was taking place, according to Abbas, amid significant regional, national, and local developments.
The opportunity to discuss and exchange ideas on the most effective strategies for achieving national reconciliation is represented by calling the meeting, he continued.
The meeting, according to Abbas, was a crucial step in completing the discourse.
Abbas urged the groups to form a committee in the meeting’s final communiqué, which he presided over.
He explained that the committee’s role would be to oversee the resolution of all the problems raised in order to end the division and bring about Palestinian national unity.
“I call on this committee to immediately begin carrying out its mission and return to us with the agreements it comes to,” Abbas continued.