ALGERIA, EGYPT, TUNISIA RE-AFFIRM CIOMMITMENT TO DIALOGUE RESOLVE CRISIS IN NEIGHBOUR LIBYA | Tunisia News Gazette

ALGERIA, EGYPT, TUNISIA RE-AFFIRM CIOMMITMENT TO DIALOGUE RESOLVE CRISIS IN NEIGHBOUR LIBYA

CAIRO, Algerian Foreign Minister, along with his counterparts from Egypt and Tunisia, Sameh Choukri and Khemaies Jihnaoui respectively, have reiterated the consistent position of their countries and the principles guiding their joint action to support efforts aimed at resolving the Libyan crisis, while re-affirming their commitment to dialogue and the political agreement as the only way to end the crisis in Libya, a neighbour of all three countries.

At a meeting of the the Algeria-Egypt-Tunisia tripartite initiative here Wednesday, the three Foreign Ministers reiterated in their joint declaration for the settlement of the crisis in Libya, the consistent positions of their countries and the principles that guide their joint action for supporting the efforts to resolve the Libyan crisis.

These efforts include notably the preservation of the unity, stability and territorial integrity of Libya, as well as the commitment to dialogue and the Libyan political agreement as the only way to resolve the crisis, as well rejection of any form of foreign interference or resort to military options to achieve such resolution.

The ministers welcomed the efforts by the United Nations Special Envoy to Libya, Ghessan Salame, expressing their satisfaction over his political plan to resolve the Libyan crisis. They urged, in this regard, the Libyan parties to show more flexibility in the negotiations which are underway in Tunisia and to work to achieve the expected consensus, stressing the need to ensure that the national interests of Libya prevail.

The ministers also reviewed the efforts made by Algeria, Egypt and Tunisia to bring the Libyan parties’ viewpoints closer and encourage them to join the efforts of the UN envoy, while calling on them to put an end to violence and not to resort to provocative speeches.

They also emphasized the need to make progress in the settlement process as soon as possible in anticipation of the legislative and presidential elections and the end of the transitional phase, to avoid a political and security vacuum which serves only terrorist organizations and parties which try to hinder the political process to serve their limited interests.

The ministers also broached the security evolution in Libya while warning against the persistent deterioration of the security situation as well as their repercussions on the daily life of Libyans.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

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