The Vice-President of the Libyan Presidential Council, Moussa Al-Kouni, stressed today, Tuesday in Algiers, that his country needs to benefit from the experience of Algeria in its struggle, democracy and the unity of its people.
In a statement to the press after being received by the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune, Mr. El-Kouni said that his country needs “to learn from the ancient (Algerian) school in its struggle and in the national unity of its people, as well as its democracy that the Algerian people made with their will, and which helped stabilize the country.”
The Libyan official added that “he had long and detailed talks with the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune, who, as usual, showed his keenness that all Libyan brothers work together to strengthen the national cohesion of the Libyan people.”
Mr. El-Kouni stressed that President Tebboune “gave examples of what Algeria had experienced and the ordeals it had gone through, but it was the Algerian national will that helped Algeria’s unity and its exit from all the crises it had experienced since the national liberation war.”
The Libyan official emphasized the continuous consultations and talks with President Tebboune, especially in the upcoming days, which will coincide with “the organization of elections, the unification of the army and the exit of foreign forces from Libya.”
It is worth noting that the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, received earlier the Vice President of the Libyan Presidential Council, accompanied by the Chief of the General Staff of the Libyan Army, Lieutenant-General Mohamed El-Haddad, as part of a two-day working visit to Algeria.
During the meeting, the two sides discussed ways and means to enhance bilateral cooperation in many fields and exchanged views on regional and international issues of common interest.