Minister for Maghreb Affairs, the African Union and the Arab League, Abdel Qader Mesahel, stressed Algeria’s full support for peace in Libya under the United Nations auspices, that aims to reach peaceful solution for the crisis and guarantees its stability and unity.
This came in congratulatory telegram Mesahel sent to the newly appointed UN envoy to Libya, Martin Kobler.
According to statement of Algerian foreign ministry, Mesahel stressed the importance of dialogue between Libyan factions, and the need to accelerate the formation of the Government of National Accord (GNA) with wide authorities to face different challenges in the country.
From his side, Tunisian foreign minister Tayeb Al-Bakoush said, Tuesday, that dialogue is the only solution to overcome inner differences in Libya and achieve national interests.
He confirmed, while talking with Kobler, Tunisian support for Libya and political settlement efforts brokered by the UN.
The foreign minister confirmed Tunisian stance in the Libyan conflict which is standing on equal distance between parties to the conflict, without supporting specific side.
Kobler expressed his intention to intensify consultation with the Tunisian authorities as part of efforts to find a settlement to the Libyan file, stressing its role in the path to reach the desired settlement, he praised Tunisian authorities support for the UNSMIL which took refuge in Tunisia due to situations in Libya.
Secretary General of Arab League, Nabil Al-Araby, welcomed the appointment of the German, Martin Kobler, is UN envoy to Libya, after the later officially took office, Tuesday, succeeding Bernardino Leon.
Al-Araby wished the best for Kobler in his new mission to resume Libyan dialogue rounds, based on what was agreed upon between Libyan parties.
He confirmed the willingness of Arab League to cooperate and coordinate with the newly appointed UN envoy, to “put Libya back on the political course,that accomplishes Libyans aspirations in freedom, peaceful democratic change that preserves unity and security of Libya”.