Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, met with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shokry on Monday in Abu Dhabi.
The latest developments in the region, especially the situation in Lebanon and the missile targeting of Saudi Arabia by Houthi militias, and the explosion of the oil pipeline inBahrain, were among the issues addressed.
The meeting was also attended by UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
The Egyptian minister stressed the importance of strengthening Arab solidarity in the face of the current challenges and the need to confront attempts to interfere in the affairs of Arab countries and destabilize their security, according to advisor Ahmed Abu Zeid, spokesman for the Egyptian Foreign Ministry.
Shokry communicated to the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Egypt's vision and assessment of the current situation, stressing Cairo's firm position and support of joint Arab action and its steadfast policy of defending Arab national security as an integral and political solution to avoid more calamities in the Arab region.
Abu Zeid said that the meeting also witnessed an exchange of views and assessments on all regional and international issues of common concern, particularly the Libyan and Syrian crises as well as the state of affairs in Yemen and Iraq.