APS : Saturday, 09 February 2019
ADDIS ABABA- Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdelkader Messahel held Saturday, in Addis Ababa, talks with Special Representative of the United Nations’ Secretary General to Libya Ghassane Salame.
The talks, which took place on the sidelines of the African Union Summit in the Ethiopian capital, focused on the situation in Libya in the light of the latest developments on the Libyan scene.
Ghassane Salame informed Foreign Minister about the activities undertaken as part of the settlement process of the Libyan crisis, led under the aegis of the United Nations, as well as about the latest developments in this regard.
He reiterated his thanks to Algeria for its ongoing support to UN’s efforts to settle the crisis in this country.
For his part, Messahel expressed Algeria’s “concerns” about the situation in Libya and its effects on the region, adding that Algeria “maintains a contact with all the Libyan parties to accompany them on the path of dialogue and reconciliation, the only way to restore stability in this brotherly and neighboring country.”
The two sides agreed to continue “regular consultations” on the Libya issue, notably concerning the next stages of the UN’s settlement process.
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