The Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Luigi Di Maio, said that Egypt represents “an inevitable interlocutor, and it shares Italy’s goal of supporting the political process in Libya.”
During a hearing before the parliamentary committee investigating the death of the Italian researcher, Giulio Regeni, in Egypt, Di Maio stressed that “the international role of Egypt does not detract from the commitment of our entire government to continue to demand the disclosure of the truth behind the tragic killing of Giulio, which is a main reference in our relations.” With Cairo,” stressing that “work to raise awareness of Cairo to shed light on Regeni’s murder continues anyway.”
He pointed out that “the multiplicity of sectors and frameworks of geopolitical cooperation, from managing regional crises to combating terrorism and illegal human trafficking, through the management of migration flows and cooperation in the field of energy, directly affects our security and our national interests. I mention in particular the stability of Libya and the prospects for the peace process in the East.” Middle”.
Di Maio spoke of Egypt’s role in strengthening relations with the Tripoli government, considering that “Egypt is the only regional actor capable of talking effectively with all concerned parties.”
Source: “Aki” agency