ADDIS ABABA (Ethiopia) – Libya’s neighbouring countries, including Algeria, held Wednesday a meeting in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) , a consultation meeting with the participation of Minister of Foreign Affairs Ramtane Lamamra.
This meeting took place in the context of the second ministerial meeting of the International Contact Group on Libya under the aegis of the African Union, and whose works started in the morning in the Ethiopian capital.
The ministers and heads of delegation underlined in this occasion, “the central role of Libya’s neighbouring countries to bring the Libyan parties to favour dialogue and national reconciliation,” said the delegations’ members who participated in this meeting.
During this meeting, Chad’s head of diplomacy also announced that the next regular ministerial meeting of Libya’s neighbouring countries will be held in N’Djamena in the upcoming weeks.
At the opening of this 2nd meeting of the International Contact Group on Libya, the African Union (AU) Commissioner for Peace and Security, Smail Chergui, said that there is no possible military solution to the Libyan crisis, favouring a peaceful solution, supported by a national Libyan dialogue.
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