CAIRO: Diplomats from the United Nations Security Council’s 15 Member States are scheduled to arrive in Cairo Friday, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Ahmed Abu Zeid told Youm7.
The delegates are due to hold talks with officials from the Arab League on ways to enhance international peace in accordance with Chapter VIII of the Charter of the United Nations provides the constitutional basis for the involvement of regional organizations in the maintenance of international peace and security for which the Security Council is primarily responsible, said Abu Zeid.
The two sides will discuss Somalia, Libya and mass migration from parts of North Africa and the Middle East.
The visit, which will last for two days, comes in response to the Egyptian Foreign Ministry invitation, said Abu Zeid, adding that they will take sightseeing to Cairo’s landmarks.
The delegation left New York on Tuesday and had visited Kenya and Somalia.