Algeria, Tunisia Propose Tribal Dialogue to Solve Libya’s Conflict

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

ALGIERS – Libya’s neighboring countries have come up with a new proposal to solve the country’s longstanding conflict.

Algeria’s president is suggesting that Libya’s tribal groups hold meetings in a near country to find new solutions to the conflict.

Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune called for meetings in either the capital of Algeria or Tunisia “with all of Libya’s tribes, to begin a new era for building new institutions, allowing for the organization of general elections and establishment of new foundations of a democratic Libyan state.”

Any such meetings should have UN backing, Tebboune said at a news conference after his talks with Tunisia’s Kais Saied.

Tebboune insisted that any solution to Libya’s conflict should come from Libyans themselves and “protected from foreign interference and weapons flows.”


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