Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt call for a cease-fire in Libya

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

TUNIS – Tunisia, Algeria and Egypt have expressed their “deep concern” over the situation in Libya and called for an immediate cease-fire in the country.

The foreign affairs ministers of the three countries, all neighboring Libya, held a meeting on Wednesday in Tunisia’s capital Tunis.

In a statement released overnight, they denounced “the continuous flow of weapons” and the “influx of foreign terrorist fighters” in Libya.
They agreed to strengthen their co-operation in the fight against terrorism in the region.

Earlier this week, the U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged all countries to implement an arms embargo against Libya, saying illegal weapons transfers by land, sea and air are fueling the fighting in the country.


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