Libya’s neighboring countries discuss the country developments in Cairo

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

CAIRO – Foreign ministers of Libya’s neighboring countries, Algeria, Egypt and Tunisia, will hold a trilateral meeting in Cairo on Tuesday to discuss developments in Libya.

The meeting will discuss developments in Libya in the recent period, confirmed the Algerian Foreign Minister, Abdelkader Messahel, In a press statement.

The meeting comes within the continuous efforts to reunite the Libyan parties, but determining the future of the country lies on the Libyan people, Messahel explained.

The Algerian Foreign Minister pointed to the importance of finding solutions to the Libyan crisis away from foreign interventions and weapons, stressing that political dialogue should be encouraged among the Libyan people.

The solution is through dialogue between Libyans, and everyone today agrees to the idea of dialogue, Messahel stressed.

It is noteworthy that the last tripartite meeting on Libya, was held last May in Algeria in the framework of consultations between Messahel and his Tunisian and Egyptian counterparts, Khamis Jahinawi and Sameh Shukri about the situation in Libya.


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