Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia was received today, Tuesday, May 29, at the Elysee Palace by French President Emmanuel Macron.
During their meeting, both officials broached several issues of common interest, notably the Libyan crisis.
Prime Minister is due to attend the UN-sponsered international conference on Libya, to be held, today, in Paris.
The French Embassy in Libya officially announced, on Sunday, that France will host the UN-sponsored international conference on Libya in Paris on Tuesday.
“An international conference on Libya will be held under the auspices of the United Nations on Tuesday, May 29, in Paris’ Elysee Palace,” the embassy said in a statement.
“After seven years of conflict, this unprecedented conference, which is a continuation of the efforts made since 2011 by the international community and the United Nations, aims to start a new period of stability and cooperation, expected by all Libyan people,” the statement said.
“Libyan officials and the international community will be invited on that day to engage in the implementation of an inclusive political road map, in order to end the crisis that has affected the country and the region for several years,” the statement added.