The Prime Minister of the Government of National Accord (GNA), Fayez Al-Sarraj, ended his visit to Algeria and turned to Cairo in his trips to gain support for his government.
Al-Sarraj and his deputies Moussa Al-Koni and Abdulsalam Qajman met with the Algerian President, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, the Prime Minister, Abdelmalek Al-Slal and the Minister for Moroccan affairs, African Union, and the Arab league, Abdulqader Messahel.
Al-Sarraj asserted Libya’s needs to benefit from the Algeria’s experience in settling peace, the Algerian news agency reported.
“Libya is going through a phase in which it needs all this lessons”, Al-Sarraj said. He thanked the Algerian government and people for their efforts in the talks that led to the GNA.
On the other side, the House of Representatives (HoR) refused, on Sunday, to grant confidence for the GNA and demanded Al-Sarraj to present a new formation of less number of ministers within 10 days, while the proposed government included 32 ministers.