The Saudi Foreign Minister, Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah Al Saud, visited the Arab Republic of Egypt, during which he met with senior officials, headed by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry. The Saudi minister disclosed the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, that full coordination be undertaken with Cairo to serve the interests of the two brotherly countries and Arab national security. The Arab situation is very complicated, and the crises are complex and require exceptional cooperation among all Arab countries, accompanied by an unprecedented attack by Iran and Turkey that are trying to dominate the entire region, and they have risen to the stage of sharing influence and ceding territories in exchange for influence in other regions. What he produced (what was called the Arab Spring) of liquidity in balanced Arab countries, as well as the explosion of sectarian and sectarian contradictions that were fueled by the mullahs’ regime on the one hand and the political Islam trend on the other, then the Turkish regime turned into an element of instability in the region that tried to exploit those crises and its alliance with The Muslim Brotherhood has produced other challenges no less dangerous than the Iranian and the Israeli ones. This whole situation requires solid ground for joint Arab action, hence the importance of coordination between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Arab Republic of Egypt as well as the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Bahrain.If this coordination is of strategic importance in view of the challenges that have ravaged the region during the past years, it bears exceptional importance during the recent period with the bursting of the Turkish bull that seems raging, especially its threat to the Egyptian national security as declared by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi. Egypt is on the brink of a loophole in Arab security, and if it moves about – as the Turkish president wants – the results will be disastrous and the entire region will pay a heavy price. All Arab countries are aware of the exceptional confrontation that is taking place now in the Libyan sands, as it will chart the future of the region for years to come. This is not the view of the Arab countries that are most affected by the Erdoانيةan adventures. Rather, the international community, for the most part, understands and adopts this Arab vision that was formulated between Egypt and the Kingdom and appeared in the Cairo initiative. The positions of the two countries are very clear in support of a political solution, the withdrawal of all foreign forces led by Turkey, the dismantling of terrorist militias and the search for a political solution agreed upon between the Libyan parties. Despite the bad situation in the Arab system, the situation would have been worse if it had not been for Riyadh and Cairo to save what could be saved and confront Turkish and Iranian influence. The Arab world has its own system, decision, strategic interests and national security standards, and whoever thinks that it can lay off and have fun as it pleases, it is the most important and all of these adventures will be paid dearly for a long time or short.