The Minister of Foreign Affairs and National Community Abroad, Ahmed Attaf received telephone calls from his Tunisian counterpart, Nabil Ammar, and his Mauritanian counterpart, Mohamed Salem Ould Merzoug, on Thursday in Equatorial Guinea, on the sidelines of his participation in the work of the Ministerial Preparatory Meeting for the 5th Summit of the Group of Ten of the African Union (AU) on Security Council reform.
He also met with Libya’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Taher Baour.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs and National Community Abroad, Ahmed Attaf received telephone calls today in Equatorial Guinea from his Tunisian counterpart, Nabil Ammar, and his Mauritanian counterpart, Mohamed Salem Ould Merzoug, and met the Libya’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Taher Baour.
These talks, which are part of the traditions of consultation and coordination on issues of common interest, were devoted to an exchange of views on the Union for the Mediterranean ministerial meeting scheduled for late November in Barcelona (Spain).
The talks revealed a convergence of views between the brotherly countries on this meeting, which is being held at a time when abject Zionist aggression is continuing against Palestinians in the occupied Palestinian territories, particularly in the besieged Gaza Strip.
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