LIBYAPROSPECT – Cairo
The Foreign Minister of the Government of National Accord (GNA), Mohamed Seyala, met in Cairo, on Tuesday, met with the Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukri, on the side line of the ministerial meeting of the Arab-League.
The meeting talked about the ways of strengthening the relations between Libya and Egypt and the common issues between the two countries.
The spokesperson of the Egyptian Foreign Ministry said that the two ministers talked about the security and political developments in Libya. They also spoke of the expected ministerial meeting of 14 of this month in London.
The two sides discussed the outcomes of the fourth session of the African Committee on Libya, which was held in Congo’s capital city a few days ago. They tackled the issue of forming a committee that gathers members of the House of Representatives (HoR) and the State Council to come to a consensus to settle the political situation to reunify Libya and do bring the stability and security to Libya.
From his side, Shoukry stressed that it is necessary to keep activating the mechanism of the three neighbouring countries, Egypt, Algeria, and Tunisia. He stated that this would help the Libyans to reach the political solution to go for the steps of rebuilding the country.
In the same context, Seyala talked to the Arab-League meeting about the crisis in Libya, clarifying that the solution should be political through a comprehensive national reconciliation that includes all active parties.
Seyala said that there are efforts in Libya to end the complicated political situation. He also mentioned the initiative of the head of the Presidential Council (PC), Fayez Al-Sarraj as a road map for the coming stage.
Seyala called the HoR to convene and gather all its members to include the Political Agreement in the Constitutional Declaration.