Mauritanian, Egyptian leaders talk about fighting terrorism, Libya's catastrophe

(MENAFN) On Sunday, Dec. 13, united collaboration in fighting terrorism and the effects of Libya’s catastrophe was talked over by Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi and his Mauritanian counterpart Mohamed Ould Ghazouani.

Egyptian Presidential spokesperson Bassam Rady stated in a declaration that, in a phone call, the two presidents also talked over means to boost joint military and security collaboration along with counter-terrorism attempts in Africa’s Sahel region.

The talks also concentrated on economic collaboration, trade exchange and methods to raise joint investment.

According to the spokesperson, both leaders also expressed sights on the Libyan catastrophe, further saying that they emphasized the necessity to improve organization on the state in Libya.


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