The Address | Benghazi – Libya
BENGHAZI – The Libyan Foreign Minister Abdul Hadi al-Hwaij, with his Saudi counterpart Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, reviewed the latest developments of the Libyan situation.
This came in a telephone call on Monday, during which they discussed the political efforts made by brotherly and friendly countries to reach a political settlement after the “Cairo Declaration”.
The Saudi Minister affirmed the Kingdom’s keenness on the safety, security, stability and unity of Libya and its support for all peaceful efforts to resolve the Libyan crisis, in accordance with the Cairo Declaration and the outputs of the Berlin Conference.
He pointed out to the Kingdom’s keenness that the solution should be Libyan-Libyan and that the political settlement should be far from the influence of interests and agenda linked foreign countries.
The two sides stressed the need for continued communication and coordination, including support for bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries.
It is noteworthy that the “Cairo Declaration” gained great international and regional support as it included in its articles a ceasefire and the exit of militias and mercenaries who were brought in by Turkey and Qatar to settle terrorism in Libya and tamper with its capabilities and territorial integrity.