APS : Wednesday, 02 December 2015
ALGIERS- Minister for Maghreb Affairs, African Union and Arab League Abdelkader Messahel expressed Algeria’s willingness to support the new Libyan institutions, as soon as they are formed, calling on the international community to support new Libyan government in building Libyan State.
Messahel who chaired the 7th ministerial meeting of Libya neighbouring countries stressed that the international community has the responsibility to “accompany the Libyan government, once formed, in building the Libyan state and restoring confidence between all the components of the Libyan society.”
He declared that “Algeria will spare no effort to support the new Libyan institutions as it has always did in the limit of its capacities,” understanding that “it will continue to support the efforts of UN special efforts for the building of a new Libya which is safe and sable for the stability of the region.”
“Focus on dialogue, consultation and political solution to achieve a peaceful solution will end the pains the Libyan people endure for years,” Messahel said, recalling the Libya neighbours’ calls to the Libyan antagonists, during the N’djamena meeting in June, to overcome their differences and to uphold the supreme interest of the country by adopting a political agreement and forming a national unity government. ”
The 7th meeting brought together all neighbouring countries of Libya (Algeria, Egypt, Sudan, Niger, Chad and Tunisia), in addition to the African Union, the Arab League and the European Union.
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