In a speech at the 72nd session of the United Nations General
Assembly in New York, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said that the goals and purposes of the United Nations are still valid for the establishment of a world where all its people have the opportunity to benefit from the achievements of scientific progress and the information revolution, Unprecedented.
"The more we meet in this important forum, the more the hopes of our people will be restored to their just right to peace and development," he said. "The world is undergoing changes, both climate and natural and man-made disasters such as wars and terrorism."
He said " Egypt has a deep faith in the values of the United Nations and the objectives of its Charter and we have great confidence that the achievement of these goals is possible and even imperative. He added that Egypt's experience with the United Nations attests to it as one of the founding countries of this Organization, It is the seventh largest contributor to UN peacekeeping operations worldwide."
He pointed out that Africa is located at the heart of Egypt's foreign policy. It is the mother continent where Egyptian roots are deeply rooted in history and derive our pride in our identity and belonging to the region. Which is responsible for the production of economic, political and social crisis that threaten international stability and peace.
As for Syria, President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi said that there is no salvation in brotherly Syria except through a political solution agreed upon by all Syrians. Its essence is preserving the unity of the Syrian state, maintaining its institutions, expanding its social and political base to include all sectors of Syrian society.He pointed out during his speech to the UN General Assembly that the way to achieve the solution in Syria is the negotiations led by the United Nations, supported by Egypt with the same force that rejects any attempt to exploit the plight of Syria to build regional or international political power or implement subversive policies for regional parties Our region in recent years of its practices, it is time for a decisive and final confrontation with them.
On the situation in Libya, he said that there is no solution in Libya except by political settlement to confront the attempts that lead to the fragmentation of the state and turn it into a hotbed of tribal conflicts and a theater of operations for terrorist organizations and arms and human traffickers. "I emphasize here very clearly that Egypt will not allow attempts to tamper with the unity and integrity of the Libyan state or maneuvering the capabilities of the brotherly Libyan people. "
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi also stressed that the time has come for comprehensive and final treatment of the deepest wounds in our Arab region, the Palestinian issue, which has become the biggest witness to the shortcomings of the international regimes in implementing a long series of UN and Security Council resolutions.
The president explained that the closure of this file through a just settlement based on the foundations and international references and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state on the 1967 borders and with East Jerusalem as its capital is the necessary condition for the transition of the entire region to the stage of stability and development and the mainstay of restoring the credibility of the United Nations and the world order. Achieving peace would remove terrorism as one of the main pretexts that it has long exploited to justify its spread in the region and ensure that all the peoples of the region can live in safety and peace.
"It is time to break the remaining wall of hatred and hatred forever. It is important to emphasize that the Arabs' hands are still stretched out with peace and that the experience of Egypt proves that this peace is possible and that it is a realistic goal that we must all continue to strive for."
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said that the Arab region is now the focus of the most fierce civil wars in modern human history. "We seek to achieve what we believe in an international partnership to build a world that responds to the aspirations of our children and grandchildren in freedom, dignity, security, and prosperity. The desired and the possible is still unfortunately far from being verified. "
The president explained: "We suffer from the threat of terrorism and nuclear disarmament, and to address the major imbalances in the world economic system, which led to an increase between the developed and developing worlds. From the experience of the Arab and African regions, I can confidently confirm that this Egyptian experience summarizes the crisis of the world order, And its inability to fulfill the purposes and objectives for which the United Nations was established. "
Addressing the Palestinian people, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said: "It is important to unite behind the goal and not to differ or to waste the opportunity and willingness to accept coexistence with the other, with the Israelis in safety, peace and stability and security for all." We have in Egypt a great and great experience in peace with you more than 40 years ago and we can repeat this experience and this wonderful step again. "
He pointed out that the security and safety of the Palestinian citizen, along with the security and safety of the Israeli citizen must be carried out, demanding that they stand behind the political leadership and support it, saying: "Do not hesitate, and address the public opinion in Israel, no hesitation and reassurance, we are with you all for the success of this step. , And this opportunity may not be repeated again. "
He appealed to all the countries that love peace and stability and to all the brotherly Arab countries to support this wonderful step and the rest of the world to stand by this step, which if successful will change the face of history and the American leadership as an appeal. We have the opportunity to write a new page in the history of mankind. In order to achieve peace in this region.
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi stressed that the only possible way out of the crises in the region is to insist on the project of the modern national state, which is above the law and the constitution, pointing out that this principle is the essence of Egypt's foreign policy and the basis on which its positions are based.
President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi said that the future of any regional or global system can not be achieved without a comprehensive and decisive confrontation with terrorism, which will eradicate it, eradicate its causes and roots, and support, fund or provide political or media platforms or safe havens.
"There is no room for serious talk about the credibility of a two-pronged international system, fighting terrorism while tolerating its supporters, and even engaging them in discussions about how to confront the threat they are fundamentally engaged in. We are asking it out of loyalty to our people, which is refrained from answering by all those who prefer accommodation and duplication, to achieve political interests on the ruins of nations and the blood of people.
"In the Islamic world, we must face the facts openly and work together to correct the misconceptions that have become an ideological source of terrorism, terrorists and their destructive dark thinking. As you recall, Egypt launched an initiative to correct the religious discourse in order to return to the authentic values of Islam, The Egyptian religious community to be informed at the present time with all concerned parties in the world. "
The President stressed that Egypt, which is fighting a war to eradicate terrorism from its land, is committed to confronting, tracking and eliminating it in a final and decisive manner, wherever it is found.
As for the "Renaissance Dam," President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi said that the sovereignty of states and non-interference in their affairs should be respected. It is the only way to settle differences in our world. More than seven decades after the founding of the United Nations, In order to achieve the interests, pointing out that from these principles, Egypt was one of the most interested countries to launch the Nile Basin Initiative in 1999, and sought to reach a tripartite agreement between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia to address the issue of bridging the Renaissance from a cooperative perspective creates a clear legal framework to address that file.
Al-Sisi said in his address to the UN General Assembly that in accordance with the principles of international law and the established rules governing the relationship between the participating countries in transboundary river basins around the world, this agreement remains the legal framework capable of the logic of cooperation and cooperation between the three countries We are committed to implementing it fully and impartially, especially as time is aware of us and rapid enforcement has not been agreed upon so urgently to avoid losing the opportunity to present a successful model for managing the relationship between three sister countries of the Nile Basin countries