The Libyan Foreign Minister, Mohamed Taher Siala, met with his Egyptian and Algerian counterparts, Sameh Shokry and Sabri Boukadoum in Egypt, who expressed their countries’ support for Libya.
Shokry, in his meeting with Siala, asserted that Egypt is keen to reach a negotiation-based solution that is Libyan-Libyan to preserve Libya’s sovereignty and guarantees the future of its population. They both met on the margins of an emergency meeting of the Arab League in Cairo.
On the other hand, Siala also inspected the Libyan political process and the recent updates concerning installing the new Libyan executive authority with his Algerian counterpart, Sabri Boukadoum, on the margins of ministerial-level meetings during the extraordinary session of the Arab League council.
Both ministers recognized the essential strategic role Algeria plays in supporting peace, security and stability in Libya.
During the meeting, they exchanged points of view concerning several critical regional and international issues of mutual interest, Siala stated.
It is worth mentioning that the United Nations envoy to Libya (UNSMIL) announced that Abdul Hamid Dbeibah was the new prime minister on Friday. Simultaneously, Mohamed Younis Al-Menfy was elected as the Presidential Council’s chief (PC) with Mosa Al-Kony and Abdullah Hussein Al-Lafy as PC members.