MARAKECH: Egyptian Interior Minister Major General Mohamed Ibrahim has voiced appreciation for the Saudi stance supporting Egypt in its efforts to combat terrorism.
These remarks were made by the interior minister during his participation at the 31st session of the Arab Interior Ministers Council, which kicked off on Wednesday morning.
Ibrahim had talks with Saudi Interior Minister Prince Mohammad Bin Nayef Bin Abdel Azizi, the honorary head of the Arab Interior Ministers Council. During their meeting, the Saudi minister expressed his country’s backing for the measures made by the Egyptian Interior Ministry in combating terror in order to safeguard the Egyptian people in view of the current challenges facing the Arab region.
Ibrahim also highly appreciated the Saudi decision to designate the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization.
He also reviewed during a meeting with Jordanian Interior Minister Hussein Al-Majali the latest security developments and means of bolstering cooperation between the two countries’ interior ministries.
The Egyptian minister also conferred with Secretary General of the Arab Interior Ministers Council Mohammad Bin Ali Koman. He voiced Cairo’s support for the efforts exerted by the Arab Interior Ministers Council to bring closer viewpoints as regarding pressing security issues which endanger security and stability of the Arab region.
Major General Ibrahim arrived in Marrakech on Tuesday leading a high-profile security delegation to take part in the 31st session of the Arab Interior Ministers Council which is convening under the auspices of Moroccan King Mohammad VI.