APS : Wednesday, 01 November 2017
ALGIERS- Algeria on Wednesday has “strongly” condemned the “criminal” air strike launched Monday by non-identified aircrafts against the Libyan city of Derna, renewing its call for “inter-Libyan inclusive dialogue.”
“We strongly condemn the criminal air strike carried out on Monday 30 October 2017, by non-identified aircrafts against the city of Derna, east of Libyan” told APS, Foreign Ministry’s spokesman Abdelaziz Ben Ali Cherif told APS.
The airstrike left many casualties among them children.
“We extend our sincere condolences to the families of the victims and their relatives as well as to the Libyan people and government. We also express our solidarity and strong condemnation following this heinous act, contrary to the human and moral values,” he added.
“Algeria which has always called for inter-Libyan inclusive dialogue and for rejecting violence, and which has strongly supported the national dialogue process under the aegis of the UN, deems that these aggressions are unacceptable whatever their origin, since they only aggravate the situation and hinder the efforts for the crisis peaceful settlement in view to preserving Libya’s unity and sovereignty,” he concluded.
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