TUNIS-On the sidelines of his participation in the Algeria-Tunisia-Egypt tripartite meeting on Libya held in Tunis, Foreign Minister Abdelkader Messahel held talks Sunday with Representative of Secretary General of the United Nations for Libya Ghassane Salame, with whom he discussed the recent developments in this country.
ALGIERS-Spokesman of the Foreign Ministry Abdelaziz Benali Cherif “strongly” condemned the assassination of the Mayor of Misrata Mohamed Meftah Eshtewi by unknown assailants.
TUNIS-Foreign Minister Abdelkader Messahel on Sunday partook in the tripartite ministerial meeting (Algeria-Egypt-Tunisia) on Libya, which brought together Egyptian and Tunisian FMs, Sameh Choukri and Khemaies Jhinaoui respectively.
ALGIERS-The Chairman of Presidential Council of Libya and Prime Minister of Libya's Government of National Accord (GNA), Fayez al-Sarraj on Sunday started a working visit to Algeria.
ALGIERS- The military intervention led by France in Libya in 2011 "has complicated the situation in this country," said Wednesday in Algiers French President Emmanuel Macron.
ALGIERS- Algeria and France seek to strengthen their security cooperation and the fight against terrorism, especially in the Sahel-Saharan region, said Wednesday in Algiers French President Emmanuel Macron.
ROME (Italy) - UN Libya envoy Ghassan Salame Saturday in Rome urged the Libyans to seize an opportunity to hold the hoped-for elections in 2018, in conformity with the UN crisis settlement plan presented last September.
WASHNIGTON- The attempts aimed at imposing a military solution to Libya or bypass the United Nations facilitated political process would only destabilize Libya, State Department Spokeswoman Heather Nauert said on Friday.
ABIDJAN-The 5th African Union-European Union Summit wrapped up Thursday afternoon with the adoption the joint Statement on the situation of migrants in Libya.
ALGIERS- The United Nations Special Envoy to Libya Ghassan Salamé said he is optimistic with the “peaceful and constructive consultations on Libya’s future,” just days before the announcement of the position of the Libyan Chamber of representatives (Parliament) on the latest amended version of the political agreement in conformity with the road map proposed by the UN mission, which urged the Libyan parties to put an end to violence and not resort to provocative speech.”