Minister of Foreign Affairs and National Community Abroad, Ramtane Lamamra spoke Sunday with his Tunisian counterpart, Othman Jerandi on the upcoming election in Libya road map.
In a press statement following the talks, Mr. Jerandi said that “it is a matter of a roadmap, we are in Algeria to review the situation in Libya and the opportunity to help Libyan brothers to move towards the implementation of what is called a roadmap and to agree on the appropriate means to achieve these objectives.
“The neighboring countries would like Libya to regain its position and play its role in the stability of the region,” he said, noting that “there is a very large geopolitical environment, and we are required to discuss it.
Algeria and Tunisia are still coordinating their positions, added the minister expressing his wish that “all countries in the region adhere to this process (…) because the challenges are now multiple and no one will be able to meet them alone.
The positions of Algeria and Tunisia ” are agreed (…) our relations are good throughout history and should, in line with the instructions of the two presidents, be further strengthened, developed and deepened “, to become “truly strategic”.
“We are at the step’ of strategic coordination between the Presidents of two countries,” said the head of Tunisian diplomacy.
The Tunisian minister pointed out the contacts between the two countries on “every detail” concerning bilateral relations and regional and international issues.