ALGIERS- Foreign Minister Sabri Boukadoum, in a phone conversation with Libya’s Prime Minister Abdel Hamid Dbeibah on Wednesday, reaffirmed Algeria’s solidarity with the Libyan people and its opposition to any form of interference in the internal affairs of countries.
In a related context, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sabri Boukadoum, expressed Wednesday through a telephone conversation with Vice-President of the elected Libyan Presidential Council, Moussa Al-Kouni, Algeria’s full commitment to cooperate with the Temporary Executive Authority in Libya with the aim to establish security and peace in this country.
Algeria, on Saturday, welcomed the “progress made in the UN-led Libyan Political Dialogue and the formation of a Temporary Executive Authority,” expressing its “entire readiness to work with the Authority to achieving security, stability and the aspirations of brotherly Libyan people,” said a communiqué from the Foreign Ministry.
According to the press release, Algeria also expressed the wish to see “this positive step contribute to putting an end to joint ownership and to tighten the Libyan ranks in anticipation of the important electoral rendez-vous planned for the end of the year ”.
While reiterating its “constant solidarity with the brotherly Libyan people and its position rejecting any form of interference in Libyan internal affairs”, Algeria affirmed, according to the same source, “its permanent support for peaceful efforts aimed at the establishment of peace and stability in this brotherly country, following an inclusive approach guaranteeing the sovereignty of Libya, its independence and its territorial unity ”.