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Boukadoum affirms Algeria’s continued support for the efforts aimed at unifying ranks in Libya

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Sabri Boukadoum, affirmed that Monday’s working visit to neighboring Libya constituted an opportunity to consolidate bilateral relations and underline Algeria’s continued support for the efforts aimed at uniting ranks and preparing for the upcoming important milestones in this country.

Boukadoum said in a tweet on his personal page that “The working visit to neighboring Libya was an opportunity to communicate with senior officials in the new executive authority, to consolidate bilateral relations, and to confirm Algeria’s continued support for the efforts aimed at uniting ranks and preparing for the next important milestones”.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sabri Boukadoum, added, “The security and stability of Libya remains our only goal. We are pleased with what pleases it and we are saddened by what saddens it.”

The Prime Minister of the Libyan National Unity Government, Abdel Hamid Dabaiba, received, on Monday, in Tripoli, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sabri Boukadoum, the Minister of Interior, Kamel Beldjoud, and the delegation accompanying them.

A statement by the Presidency of the Libyan National Unity Government stated that Dabaiba’s meeting with Boukadoum and his accompanying delegation, which was held at the Prime Minister’s Office, centered on “intensifying coordination and political consultation on various issues of common interest.”

The statement added that it was agreed during the meeting “to continue coordination and consultation on facing up to threats besetting the security of the region, such as terrorism, cross-border organized crime, drug smuggling, arms trade and illegal immigration.”

The importance of expediting the holding of preparatory meetings for the 14th  session of the Joint Higher Executive Committee was also emphasized during the meeting.

As part of their working visit yesterday, Monday to Libya, Mr. Boukadoum and Mr. Beldjoud met with a number of high-ranking Libyan officials, such as the President of the Presidency Council, Mohamed Al-Menfi, and the two Vice Presidents of the Presidency Council, Musa Al-Koni and Abdullah Al-Lafi, in addition to their meeting with the President of the Supreme Council of State, Khaled Mechri.

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