Abul-Enein during his meeting with the President and Secretary General of the Inter-Parliamentary Union:
- I salute the role of the General Intelligence in ending the Palestinian division.
- I call upon the international community to exploit the Egyptian efforts to revive the peace process.
- Egypt is not only defending its security in its war on terrorism, but the security of the world.
- The arms embargo should be lifted from the Libyan army to enable it to combat terrorism.
During his participation in the meetings of the UN General Assembly in New York attended by President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, Mohammed Abul-Enein, the Honorary Prersident of the Euro-Mediterranean Parliament, and a high-level delegation from the Bureau of the Parliament met with Saber Hussein Chowdhury, Chairman of the Inter-Parliamentary Union and Martin Shongog, the Secretary General of the Union.’
During the meeting, Abul-Enein praised the success of Egypt through the strenuous efforts exerted by the General Intelligence to reach an agreement between Hamas and Fatah movements to end the division and achieve Palestinian national reconciliation. The Palestinian causes the suffering of the Palestinian people.
Abul-Enein called on the IPU and the international community to exploit the Egyptian success to take urgent action to revive the peace process and to use all available tools to put pressure on Israel to comply with the resolutions of international legitimacy and enable the Palestinian people to attain their legitimate rights and establish their independent state with Jerusalem as its capital.
Abul-Enein presented Egypt’s role and its unique experience in the fight against terrorism and the comprehensive vision presented by President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to address terrorism in all its organizations and all its dimensions, including funding, arming, political and ideological support, safe haven and intellectual support, as well as supporting the national institutions.
He also pointed out to Egypt’s success in defeating terrorism and besieging it in a small spot in preparation for its elimination. He added that the June 30 Egyptian People’s Revolution, backed by the armed forces, had dropped the terrorist scheme to dominate the countries of the region, calling on the international community to provide adequate support to Egypt in its war on terrorism because it not only defend its security, but also the security of the world.
He pointed out that the current situation in Libya is a source of harm to its neighbours through the smuggling of arms, mercenaries, illegal immigration, and a source of harm to the Libyan people who Suffer from significant living and security problems, although he lives in a resource-rich country.
He stressed that Egypt plays a major role in ending the political and institutional division in Libya and mediating between all parties to agree on a roadmap for the future to address the political situation and start the reconstruction and development of Libya. He called on the international community to lift the arms embargo on the Libyan national army to enable it to play its role in combating terrorism.
Abul-Enein condemned the international community’s failure to take firm measures to address the genocide and crimes against humanity of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar by religious authorities. Murder and displacement are done under the eyes of the world. He calling for the prosecution of the perpetrators of these crimes before the International Criminal Court.
He stressed that the Palestinian issue will not be resolved without Egypt’s support Egypt, stressing that Qatar cannot solve the Palestinian issue, refugees and other important issues. A water problem is expected in the coming years in Gaza and must be resolved as soon as possible.
He noted that the international community applauded President Sisi today, during his improvised speech.