Egypt hosts Libya’s neighbouring countries meeting to resolve political conflict
Libyan Neighbouring Countries Tenth Meeting has kicked off in Cairo, Egypt, in the presence of Foreign Ministers from Libya, Egypt, Algeria, Sudan, Tunisia Chad and Nigeria.
The meeting, which will discuss the possible ways out of the current Libyan political stalemate, is also attended by the UNSMIL’s Head, Martin Kobler, the Secretary General of the Arab League, Ahmed Abu Al-Ghith, the African Union and the Arab League’s representatives to Libya.
Headed by the Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Sokri, the meeting will try to find a suitable and common ground among Libya’s political factions so that they can all agree on implementing the Skhirat agreement.
Meanwhile, the eastern self-styled commander of the Operation Dignity, Khalifa Haftar was on a visit to Cairo last week to meet with Egyptian officials to find more support after he obtained new deals with Russia lately.
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