ALGIERS- Foreign Minister Sabri Boukadoum, in a phone conversation with Libya's Prime Minister Abdel Hamid Dbeibah on Wednesday, reaffirmed Algeria's solidarity with the Libyan people and its opposition to any form of interference in the internal affairs of countries.
ALGIERS – Algeria on Saturday welcomed the "progress made in the UN-led Libyan Political Dialogue and the formation of a Temporary Executive Authority," expressing its "entire readiness to work with the Authority to achieving security, stability and the aspirations of brotherly Libyan people," said a communiqué from the Foreign Ministry.
NEW YORK- The Libyan delegation to the United Nations called Thursday the African Union (AU) to immediately sponsor the reconciliation process in Libya, underlining that “Africa is the only part that is able to play this role because of its previous experiences and its knowledge of the Libyan issue and its particularity.”
ALGIERS- Foreign Minister Sabri Boukadoum's visit to Libya, on Wednesday, as part of his African trip, was an opportunity during which he reiterated Algeria's position for a political settlement to the crisis in that neighboring country, through an inter-Libyan dialogue leading up to "the building of legitimate and unified institutions."
ALGIERS-Minister of Foreign Affairs Sabri Boukadoum on Thursday held a phone call with his Russian counterpart Sergueï Lavrov, with whom he discussed several regional issues of common interest.
ALGIERS-Minister of Foreign Affairs Sabri Boukadoum and President of the Libyan Chamber of Representatives Hamouda Siala on Wednesday urged respect for the will of the Libyan people, hailing the positions and role of Algeria in the resolution of the crisis in Libya.
ALGIERS- Foreign Minister Sabri Boukadoum said Thursday that his discussions with the head of the Libyan High Council of State, Khaled Al-Mechri, on Wednesday was an opportunity to put forward the importance of a political settlement of the Libyan crisis and stress Algeria's efforts for the restoration of stability in that country.
ALGIERS - The Libyan political dialogue process is strengthening in the light of Mondays’ vote on the mechanism for selecting a unified executive and the appointment of a new UN envoy for Libya, Jan Kubis. These two events are likely to consolidate the implementation of the ceasefire in force and prepare for the elections of December 24, 2021, according to UN sources and analysts.
GENEVA-The Acting Special Representative of the Secretary-General In Libya, Stephanie Williams on Wednesday said that the United Nations (UN) wants a “Libyan made” solution to the crisis shaking Libya, urging belligerents not to lose time “because because the luxury of time is no more possible.”
GENEVA-Special Advisor for the MENA region at the Center for Humanitarian Dialogue (HD Centre) in charge of Asia and Africa Naoufel Omeyya Seddik said Wednesday that Algeria "plays a key role in peace and stability in the region.”