Minister of Maghreb Affairs, African Union and Arab League Abdelkader Messahel welcomed on Friday the “belief of all the Libyan parties in the need for dialogue to find a solution to the crisis.”
Holding a news conference on Friday in Tripoli with first vice president of the Presidential Council of Libya’s Government of National Accord, Ahmed Omar Maitiq, at the end of his Libya tour, Messahel said that “all the parties that he met with, whether in Al-Bayda, Benghazi, Zentan, Misrata or in Tripoli, have their readiness (to engaging) dialogue in a view to finding urgent solutions to the crisis.”
The minister said that he had explained the Algerian experience in achieving peace and national reconciliation as an experience to follow t end the Libyan crisis” which can only be resolved by dialogue and national reconciliation.
The Libyans themselves must find a solution to the crisis as part of the Inter-Libyan dialogue, free of any foreign interference.”
Messahel also announced that another is planned in the Libyan South, in the coming weeks.
Maitiq hailed the “good relations” binding Algeria and Libya, underlining the need for resolving all the outstanding questions and later building the State institutions; which are two priority issues for the moment.
Messahel, heading an important delegation, conducted a three-day tour in Libya. He visited Al-Bayda and Benghazi (East of the country) and Zintan, Tripoli and Misrata (west).
He met with political and military figures, representatives of the civil society and youth in Libya’s Benghazi and Misrata.