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Jhinaoui in Amman: Tunisian approach to crisis settlement in region based on dialogue

Correspondent/Houda Hammami) – Minister of Foreign Affairs Khemaies Jhinaoui said that Tunisia’s approach to resolve the crises in the region is based on dialogue and peaceful settlement.

The Minister spoke to the press on Tuesday on the sidelines of his participation in the meetings of the Arab Foreign Ministers in preparation for the 28th Arab League summit due for Wednesday in the Dead Sea region, 60 kilometres West of Amman in Jordan.

“These meetings provided the opportunity for Tunisia to present the tripartite initiative (Tunisia, Algeria and Egypt) launched by President Beji Caid Essebsi, aimed at resolving the Libyan crisis.

Jhinaoui said that the Arab League attaches the necessary importance to the Libyan issue, especially in view of the deterioration of the security and social situation in that country.

“It is necessary that the Arab Summit calls on all the Libyan protagonists to dialogue and negotiations in order to reach a consensual solution,” he insisted.

The Tunisian FM also said that “several Libyan parties will visit Tunisia in the coming days”, commending the regional and international support to the tripartite initiative.

As regards the Syrian issue, the Minister spoke of Tunisia’s call to maintain the ceasefire and to continue consultations between the Syrian parties in Geneva to provide a solution to the crisis.

As for the situation in Yemen, the Foreign Minister said that “Tunisia has not ceased inciting the parties in conflict to find a peaceful solution to the crisis”.

Source: TAP News Agency

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