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Shoukry, German adviser discuss ways of resolving ME crises

MUNICH, Feb 15 (MENA) – Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry mulled on Saturday with German National Security Adviser Jan Hacker ways of resolving the Middle East crises, especially the Libyan one, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ahmed Hafez said.
On the fringe of his participation in the 56th Munich Security Conference, Shourky said that Egypt gives priority to boosting relations with Germany, stressing the importance of continuing coordination on various issues of common interest.
The foreign minister affirmed the necessity of implementing the outcomes of the Berlin Conference on Libya, adding that any foreign interference in Libya's domestic affairs is totally rejected.