The Libyan Address Journal
Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune has received President of the Libyan House of Representatives, Aguila Saleh, as part of efforts to settle the conflict in Libya.
Tebboune reiterated Algeria’s “position calling for dialogue between Libyans in order to reach a political solution as the only way to guarantee the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Libyan state, away from foreign military interventions,” the Algerian presidency statement said.
For his part, Aguila Saleh, commended “the vital role of Algeria in the search for a solution to his country’s crisis.”
Saleh said in a statement that President Tebboune informed the Libyan delegation that he would seek with the Egyptian Presidents, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and Tunisian Qais Saeed, to find a solution in Libya.
President Taboun was briefed on the initiative announced by Egypt and confirmed that he would work hard to include the Libyans and bring them to the table of dialogue and reach a solution according to the Berlin outputs, Saleh added.
Saleh’s visit comes as the Algerian president said on Friday that his country stands at the same distance from all the parties in Libya. “We have no expansionist or economic ambitions in Libya, all we want is to stop the fighting.”