The Address | Benghazi – Libya
CAIRO – Foreign ministers of Egypt, Tunisia, and Algeria issued Tuesday a joint statement after concluding the Tripartite Ministerial Meeting on Libya held in Cairo to discuss the developments on the North African country’s scene and possible political solutions to its crisis.
Egyptian Minister Sameh Shokry, Tunisian Minister Khamis al-Johainawy, and Algerian Minister Abdel Kader Mosahel asserted their commitment to backing Libya and its people in that critical phase of its history.
The ministers added they would help in achieving national reconciliation in a way that reinstates security and stability in the entire country, affirming their support to Libya’s territorial integrity, unity, independence, and sovereignty.
The ministers stipulated their rejection of any foreign intervention in the country as that further complicates the crisis and cripples the whole political process.