Algeria, Egypt, Tunisia to support UN peace plan for Libya
(MENAFN) Algeria, Egypt and Tunisia have agreed to support the implementation of the United Nations roadmap in Libya, while urging the Libyan warring parties to make further concessions to end the crisis since 2011.
They made the agreement during a meeting in the capital Algiers on Monday night between Algerian Foreign Minister Abdelkader Messahel, his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shoukry and Tunisian counterpart Khemaies Jhinaoui, over the recent political and security developments in Libya.
The UN Security Council also discussed the Libyan crisis on Monday, where Salame presented a briefing on the progress of the implementation of the UN roadmap to bring back peace to this North African country.
Libya is preparing for several crucial elections, including a referendum on a new constitution and parliamentary and presidential elections expected by the end of this year.
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