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The Libyan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Al-Wefaq government, Mohamed Taher Siala, received today, Tuesday, his Algerian counterpart, Sabri Bogadoum, at the Mitiga International Airport in the capital, Tripoli.
And just Location Libyan Al-Wasat: “The Algerian Foreign Minister, Sabri Bogadoum, arrived at the Maitika International Airport in the capital, Tripoli, this morning, to hold talks with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Government of Accord, Mohamed Taher Siala.”
Siala received the Algerian Minister, who visited Benghazi on February 5, during which he met the commander of the General Command forces, Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter, the Speaker of Parliament, Aqeela Saleh, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the interim government, Abd al-Hadi al-Hawij.
After this visit, Bogadoum confirmed that his country’s position is clear towards the Libyans without distinguishing between any party to the crisis, stressing that the Libyan people are the ones who choose who represents them.
Algeria had confirmed its agreement with Tunisia on the need to prevent the flow of arms to Libya and to reject foreign interference as a way to resolve the crisis that has been going on for years.
Algerian President Abdel Majid Taboun said during a press conference with his Tunisian counterpart, Qais Said, in Algeria: “Our agreement is almost absolute with Tunisia at all levels regarding international files, chief among them is the solution to the Libyan crisis that passes through the rejection of foreign interference, and preventing the flow of arms.” “. He continued: “Algeria and Tunisia are the beginning of the solution in Libya, and this is by meeting all the Libyan parties,” as he put it, while the two presidents stressed the need to find a “peaceful Libyan-Libyan solution.”