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Thursday, 20 April 2017 16:16

Libyan crisis: Notables in eastern Libya welcome Algeria's efforts

BENGHAZI (Libya)- Notables and local personalities in eastern Libya welcomed the efforts made by Algeria to bridge views and the positions of the different Libyan parties with a view to reaching a political solution to the crisis in the country, while affirming their readiness to participate  in the  process of the inter-Libyan inclusive dialogue and the national reconciliation in the service of the preservation of Libya’s unity and stability.

During a meeting held Wednesday with Minister for Maghreb Affairs, African Union and Arab League  Abdelkader Messahel in Benghazi (East of Libya), several notables welcomed the support and the efforts made by "Algeria, neighbor and brother country” to reconcile the Libyans’ positions so to reach lasting political solution through inclusive dialogue and national reconciliation, so to preserve Libya’s territorial integrity, sovereignty and unity.

Hailing the interest and the support provided by President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika to the process of peaceful settlement of Libya’s crisis, the Libyan notables voiced "their deep trust" in Algeria’s capacity to reconcile the protagonists’ views.

"We place our confidence in Algeria with which we are bound with fraternity and neighborhood links to support the efforts of the peaceful settlement, by bridging the positions without exclusion," Arhim Khaled, one of the notables of Adjdabia city said during a meeting marked "candid and clear debate."

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