El-Sisi tells Macron that institutions’ role in Libya, especially LNA, must be restored

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

CAIRO – Egypt’s President, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, discussed regional issues, including the Libyan crisis, in a telephone call with France’s President, Emmanuel Macron, on Saturday.

According to a statement by the Egyptian Presidency, El-Sisi stressed “the need to reach a comprehensive political settlement in Libya supported by the United Nations.” Such political settlement must be “based on the implementation of the Libyan political agreement to maintain Libya’s unity and territorial integrity.”

El-Sisi also affirmed that the political solution will “help restore the role of the country’s national institutions, especially the Libyan National Army, and provides the conditions for holding elections in order to achieve stability and security in Libya.”


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