Libya’s capital is hosting the meeting for Arab foreign ministers, chaired by the Libyan Foreign Minister, Najla Al-Mangoush, in the presence of foreign ministers and delegates from Arab states.
The meeting kicked off on Sunday after the arrival of a number of delegations, including the foreign ministers of Algeria and Tunisia, and the minister of state of Qatar for foreign affairs, in addition to the UN envoy to Libya as well as several other representatives of Arab countries.
In her opening remarks at the Tripoli meeting, Al-Mangoush asked the attendees not to believe the negative words they hear about Tripoli being a land of war and destruction, saying the Government of National Unity (GNU) is committed to holding elections and ending the transitional periods in the country.
The Libyan foreign minister also said that Libya insists on exercising all of its rights at the Arab League, rejecting politicizing the Arab League fore certain aims by certain entities.
She also hailed the Tunisian government and people for their role in hosting political dialogues and initiatives for a solution to the Libyan crisis, extending thanks also to Algeria, Qatar and Oman for their roles in support of the Libyan people.