The United Nations special envoy to Libya, Martin Kobler met the Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shokry, in Addis Ababa, Thursday, on the sidelines of the meeting of African Union.
The spokesperson of the Egyptian Foreign Ministry, Ahmed Abu-Zaid said that the meeting took over 2 hours, talking about the political and security scene in Libya.
According to Abu-Zaid, Kobler and Shokry talked about the efforts of supporting the Political Agreement.
“Kobler stressed that the role of Egypt is essential to support peace and stability in Libya”, Abu-Zaid stated.
He said that kobler wanted Egypt to help the Libyan parties to form the Government of National Accord (GNA).
On another side, Kobler met also the Chadian Foreign Minister, Moussa Mohamed, to discuss the developments inside Libya.
Both sides discussed mutual views concerning Libyan crisis and efforts carried by the United Nations to restore peace and stability in the country.
They confirmed that the African Union countries should have powerful and active role to support reaching peaceful resolution to the crisis inside Libya.