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Egypt News

Egypt Seeks Non-Permanent Security Council Seat


Published 2014-09-30 09:25:27| Amwal Al Ghad English

Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry discussed on Sunday the possibility of Egypt becoming a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council in 2016-2017, with Egypt’s UN Permanent representative Ambassador Amr Abu Ata, according to a Monday statement by the foreign ministry. Shoukry praised the members of the permanent representative delegation for the logistical support they offered during the recent visit of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to the United Nations. The minister also urged the delegation to continue presenting the achievements of Egypt in the field of foreign policy to the agenda of the United Nations concerning issues of development, climate change, disarmament, and peacekeeping in order to guarantee that member states’ support for Egypt’s candidature to the Security Council. Shoukry presented a booklet with Egypt’s aspiration to take the seat in 2016 in United Nations system to his counterparts during several meetings on the sidelines of his recent UN visit, according to the foreign ministry statement. A similar demand was presented by President Al-Sisi during his UN speech where he announced that Egypt is aiming to have a non-permanent membership in order to serve and protect the interests of developing countries. Egypt was elected as non-permanent Security Council member in 1946, 1949-1950, 1961-1962, 1984-1985, and 1996-1997.
International News
The prospect of more of the U.S. capital being closed off after an intruder got into the White House has struck a nerve in Washington over public space being eroded by barricades and bollards. The possible tightening of security around the president's residence, a highly visible symbol of democracy and a prime draw for tourists and protesters alike, raises questions like whether safety trumps openness or whether a capital city can ever be entirely safe, analysts said. The week after a 42-year-old Iraq war veteran climbed the 7-foot (2.1-meter) wrought-iron fence, sprinted across the lawn with a knife in his pocket and entered the executive mansion through an open door, law enforcement officials erected a second fence around parts of the White House. They are considering further measures including closing more sidewalks to pedestrians, setting up additional barriers and possibly searching the bags of people approaching the building, the Washington Post and the New York Times said, citing unnamed sources. "So you're going to further isolate the White House. Why don't we just move the White House out to West Virginia or something?" said Steven Bucci, a national security expert at the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank.
MENA News
Islamic State fighters tightened their siege of a town on Syria's border with Turkey on Friday despite U.S.-led air strikes aimed at defeating the militants in both Syria and Iraq, in a coalition which has now drawn widespread European support. Britain, Washington's closest ally in the wars of the last decade, joined an alliance after weeks of weighing its options. Britain's parliament voted 542 to 43 to back Prime Minister David Cameron's decision to take part in air strikes in Iraq. Belgium's parliament also voted 114 to 2 to take part and Denmark said it would send planes. Six Belgian F-16s took off for a staging post in Greece even before the vote. "This is not a threat on the far side of the world. Left unchecked, we will face a terrorist caliphate on the shores of the Mediterranean and bordering a NATO member, with a declared and proven intention to attack our country and our people," Cameron told British lawmakers. Until this week France was the only Western country to answer President Barack Obama's call to join the campaign. Since Monday, Australia and the Netherlands have also joined. On Friday Germany expressed support for the mission despite saying it would not send aircraft of its own. Obama has sought international support for a military coalition against Islamic State, a powerful force in Syria which swept across northern Iraq in June, slaughtering prisoners and ordering Shi'ites and non-Muslims to convert or die.