NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a telephone conversation with President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi of Egypt on October 28 where the two leaders discussed the current situation in West Asia and its implications for the region and the world.
The leaders expressed their shared concern at terrorism, violence and loss of civilian lives, according to a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office.
Prime Minister Modi reiterated India’s long-standing and principled position on the Israel-Palestine issue. He highlighted India’s development partnership and humanitarian aid for the people of Palestine.
Both leaders agreed on the need for early restoration of peace and stability and facilitating humanitarian assistance, the release added.
“Yesterday, spoke with President @AlsisiOfficial. Exchanged views on the deteriorating security and humanitarian situation in West Asia,” the PM said on Sunday in a post on the social media platform X.
“We share concerns regarding terrorism, violence and loss of civilian lives. We agree on the need for early restoration of peace and stability and facilitating humanitarian assistance,” he added.