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Ministerial meeting of Libya’s neighboring countries ends

Minister of Foreign Affairs and the National Community Abroad, Ramtan Lamamra, has just concluded at the International Conference Center (ICC) in Algiers the work of the ministerial meeting of Libya’s neighboring countries, which was held in Algeria over two days to discuss ways to settle the Libyan crisis.

Speaking at the end of the works, Ramtan Lamamra stressed that the ministerial meeting of Libya’s neighboring countries represents” an added value to the support of the brotherly Libyan people”, which will certainly take shape in the coming weeks and months, as “in this new qualitative phase, the Libyan people will have to express his opinion on his own future in order to start a crucial and important era”.

“The Libyan people have the right to find us all by their side and it is our duty to provide them with support and solidarity,” Added the Head of the Algerian Diplomacy.

Ministerial meeting of Libya’s neighboring countries started yesterday in Algiers, with a qualitative participation at the highest level from the countries, regional and international organizations, to discuss ways to resolve the Libyan crisis.

The high ministerial meeting was attended by the ministers of Libya, Tunisia, Egypt, Sudan, Niger, Chad and Congo, the Special Envoy of the United Nations Secretary-General to Libya Jan Kubish, the Secretary-General of the Arab League Ahmed Aboul Gheit, and the African Union Commissioner for Political Affairs, Peace and Security Bankole Adeoye.

Participants in this meeting stressed the importance of accelerating the setting of a legal framework, preparing for the general elections scheduled in the country on next December 24, the withdrawal of mercenaries and foreign troops from the country, as well as unifying the military institution as priorities for resolving the Libyan crisis.

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