The final statement of the Arab League summit in Algeria has reiterated the need to end the Libyan crisis through a Libyan-Libyan solution, urging for holding elections as soon as possible in order to achieve lasting stability.
The 31st Arab League summit started on Tuesday in Algeria and ended on Wednesday, with the participation of Arab nations, except for Syria.
The Head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, has called on the Arab League member states at the summit in Algeria to adopt a unified stance toward the situation in Libya, especially the exit of foreign mercenaries and forces.
Menfi added that the Geneva roadmap should be completed in full via holding parliamentary and presidential elections based on a clear constitutional basis.
In the meantime, Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi called in his speech at the Arab League Summit in Algeria for reaching a political settlement in Libya that ends with holding parliamentary and presidential elections.
El Sisi called for “dissolving militias” and ending the presence of foreign mercenaries and forces in Libya