Agreed The foreign ministers of the neighboring countries of Libya are in Algeria Supporting the Libya Stability Initiative, and coordinating with the 5+5 Military Committee on the file of the withdrawal of mercenaries and foreign forces from Libyan territory.
This came at the conclusion of the meeting of foreign ministers and the neighboring countries of Libya, which began yesterday, Monday, in Algiers, with the participation of 7 countries from the region, which was held to discuss support for Libya to end its crisis, resolve differences between the political parties and support them to overcome obstacles that prevent the holding of general elections on time. Specific, in order to save the international roadmap and the political process in the country.
The participants in this meeting stressed the importance of unifying efforts and positions on the Libyan file, and the need to expedite the development of a legal framework in preparation for the general elections scheduled in the country on December 24, and the expulsion of mercenaries and foreign forces from the country, as well as unifying the military institution as priorities for resolving the Libyan crisis.
The final statement stressed the categorical rejection of all forms of foreign interference in Libyan internal affairs. The statement stated that the meeting condemned “the continued supply of weapons and mercenaries to the armed formations and the deliberate attempts to sow division and undermine efforts to resolve the crisis.”
The statement also stressed the need to implement the main priorities of the road map, including holding elections on time, the withdrawal of foreign forces, the unification of the military establishment, and the need to fully involve neighboring countries in talks and tracks regarding the withdrawal of foreign forces and mercenaries.
In a joint press conference with her Algerian counterpart, Ramtane Lamamra, the Libyan Foreign Minister, Najla Al-Manqoush, said today, Tuesday, that the Algiers meeting “was successful and carried a clear message confirming support for Libyan efforts to achieve stability in Libya,” noting that there are efforts to hold elections in a timely manner, awaiting Parliament’s position on the constitutional rule, and pointed out that the ministers confirmed coordination with the 5 + 5 Committee on the issue of the withdrawal of mercenaries and foreign forces from Libya.
Al-Manqoush added that the meeting foreign ministers agreed to create a joint mechanism and activate the agreement to secure the southern borders with Sudan, Chad and Niger.
For his part, Lamamra called on the parties that transported mercenaries and foreign forces to Libya to return these mercenaries to the places from which they came, and said, “It is not clear where the forces in Libya will go, and whoever brought them must transport them and return them to the areas from which they came, until Neighboring countries should not be victims of their disorderly, unplanned and uncontrolled exit.
In addition to Algeria and Libya, the meeting was attended by the foreign ministers of Tunisia, Egypt, Sudan, Chad and Mali, as well as representatives of the African Union, the League of Arab States and the United Nations.
The neighboring countries of Libya are seeking to form something like an “alliance”, in order to play a larger and more vital diplomatic role in the Libyan file and to “kidnap” the political solution to the Libyan crisis from everyone, especially after the decline of their roles in the recent period in favor of Turkish, Russian and European interventions, as a result of their preoccupation with their situation. interior.
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