Tunisia, Egypt and Algeria support Libyan Political Agreement
The foreign ministers of Tunisia, Egypt and Algeria renewed their support for the Libyan Political Agreement (LPA) as a framework for a political solution in Libya.
The ministers, in a statement issued at the end of their meeting on Sunday, called on all Libyan parties to uphold the interests of the country and to compromise to allow the implementation of UN special envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame’s plan of action.
The statement reaffirmed the rejection of Tunisia, Egypt and Algeria of any foreign interference in Libya, any forms of internal escalation or any attempt by any Libyan party aimed at undermining the political process.
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