Egypt held the fourth ministerial meeting for Libya’s neighbouring countries in which foreign ministers from Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Sudan and other countries met and discussed the ongoing turmoil in Libya on Monday.
The meeting was held to “discuss the latest developments of the security and political situation in Libya”.
Before the meeting, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry met separately with the Algerian Foreign Minister Ramadan Al-Umamra, Libyan Foreign Minister Mohamed Abdel-Aziz, and Tunisian Foreign Minister Mnjy Al-Hamadi.
During the meetings, Shoukry reviewed and discussed the pre-determined schedule of the fourth ministerial meeting. The ministers also discussed the importance of supporting the “legitimacy” of the Libyan state’s institutions.
He also stressed the importance of “immediately” forming a Libyan government and creating an “internal national dialogue to achieve agreement between all the factions of the Libyan people”.