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Human Rights Not To Be Dissociated From Stability, Macron Tells Sisi


01/29/2019


The presidents of Franc and Egypt address the reporters in a joint press conference on human rights.



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On Monday, January 28, 2019, the President of France, Emmanuel Macron informed that during a visit to Egypt’s capital, Cairo, he had told, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, his Egyptian counterpart that human rights cannot be seen without considering “stability and security”.
 
In a joint press conference, wherein both the Presidents were present, Macron said:
“Stability and durable peace go together with respect for individual dignity and the rule of law, and the search for stability cannot be dissociated from the question of human rights”.
 
On the other hand, Sisi, addressing the reporters stated that when it comes to rights the context of “regional turbulence and the fight against terrorism” should be kept in mind.
 
 
References:
reuters.com







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