"Resolving Libyan crisis remains in Libyans' hands" Caid Essebsi affirms as he receives al-Sarraj | Tunisia News Gazette

“Resolving Libyan crisis remains in Libyans’ hands” Caid Essebsi affirms as he receives al-Sarraj

President Beji Caid Essebsi received, Monday at Carthage Palace, Prime Minister of the Libyan Government of National Accord Fayez al-Sarraj.

Speaking at the end of the meeting, al-Sarraj said he discussed with the president the developments of the situation on the Libyan political scene and the roadmap he has proposed to bring about a more stable situation in the country.

He further discussed with Caid Essebsi the outcome of the Paris meeting and the other meetings with political parties.

Al-Sarraj said the meetings he had in Paris reaffirmed the commitment to a political agreement that remains the best way to reach a comprehensive settlement.

He further took the opportunity during this meeting to express his appreciation for Tunisia’s efforts and its support to the Government of National Accord.

Al-Sarraj also commended President Beji Caid Essebsi’s initiative to find a consensual solution to the Libyan crisis and to bridge the views of all stakeholders in the Libyan political scene.

Caid Essebsi, for his part, reaffirmed the importance Tunisia attaches to the restoration of stability in Libya, the acceleration of the Libya’s state-building process and establishment of all of its institutions, said a Presidency press release.

While recalling the initiative launched by Tunisia and backed by Algeria and Egypt, the Head of the State further pointed out that resolving the crisis in Libya remains in the hands of Libyans themselves, who, according to him are called on to initiate a real dialogue to reach a solution that will unblock the political settlement process.

Source: TAP News Agency

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