Algerian President: We will cooperate with Egypt and Tunisia to find solution to the Libyan crisis.

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

Algerian President Abdel Madjid Tebboune warned from deteriorating the situation in Libya, stressing that the conflicting parties in Syria are the same ones that are fighting in Libya as well.

Tebboune said that Algeria has no expansionist or economic ambitions in Libya, stressing that it seeks to stop the fighting.

He referred to the possibility of cooperation with neighboring countries, Egypt and Tunisia, in order to find a solution to the Libyan crisis.

He also considered in an interview with local media on Friday night that the Libyan situation is moving towards a scenario similar to what happened in Syria.

This came at a time when the United Nations continues to seek to urge both the Tripoli-based Government of “National Accord” (GNA) and the Libyan National Army (LNA) to return to the negotiating table to reach a political solution, amid an almost international and regional consensus that there is no solution in Libya except through politics and talks.


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