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Algeria suggest forming security group of Libya’s neighbors


Algeria suggested forming a security group of Libya-neighboring countries, to exchange information about the security situation in Libya, in the conference for Libya neighboring countries it hosted on Tuesday; an Algerian diplomatic source spoke in condition of anonymity.

The source, from the Algerian Foreign Ministry, said that the suggested security organization will exchange information on the activity of terrorist groups, weapons trafficking, drugs, and fighters in Libya to evaluate the security situation and control the borders.

The conference tackled the developments of the Libyan crisis and efforts to form the Government of National Accord (GNA). foreign ministers of Algeria, Egypt, Tunisia, Sudan, Chad, and Niger took part in the conference, in addition to the United Nations envoy to Libya, Martin Kobler, the Libyan Foreign Minister, Mohamed Al-Dairy, representatives of the African union, the Arab League and the European Union.