Egyptian, Algerian, and Tunisian Foreign ministers will hold a tripartite meeting on Libya at Al-Tahrir palace in Cairo on Tuesday, Egypt’s foreign ministry announced.
The meeting will be held periodically in one of Libya’s neighboring countries, to discuss the Libyan crisis developments, and the future of the electoral process.
Noteworthy, Earlier this month, Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry discussed with the UN Special envoy to Libya Ghassan Salama endeavors to push forward the political process and restore security and stability in the war-torn north African country.
In a press statement, the Foreign Ministry said Shoukry reiterated Egypt’s support for a political solution to the crisis in Libya through an intra-Libyan dialogue and in accordance with previous Libyan political agreements.
Shoukry informed the UN guest about Egypt’s efforts to reach a consensus among Libyan people as a fundamental step to push for a political solution.