Tunisian Foreign Minister Osman el-Cerendi and his Algerian and Libyan counterparts Ramtane Lamamra and Necla el-Menkuş met in the capital, Tunisia.
Following the meeting, a written statement was made by the foreign ministries of the three countries.
According to the statements, at the meeting, regional and international issues and their effects on the Arab world, as well as ways to improve relations between the three countries were discussed.
The importance of completing the transition process through holding parliamentary and presidential elections in Libya and ensuring security and stability in the country was emphasized.
The foreign ministers also discussed ways to combat terrorism and cross-border organized crime targeting the region, and to deal with illegal immigration and the humanitarian and security challenges it brings.
The two ministers met with President Said
In the statement made by the Presidency of Tunisia, it was stated that Lamamra and Menkuş met with Tunisian President Kays Said.
During the meeting, Said emphasized that it is important to continue working towards an urgent solution to the Libyan crisis that will ensure the territorial integrity, sovereignty and stability of this country.
Libya again entered a political crisis as the presidential and parliamentary elections could not be held on 24 December 2021 as planned.
The country currently has two separate governments led by Abdulhamid Dibeybe and Fethi Başağa, who was elected by the House of Representatives in Tobruk on February 10.
Source: TRT Haber