Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Algeria is gathering “proximity to Libya” to discuss today’s assembly elections


Hassan Al-Verfally (Benghazi, Cairo)

Today, Algeria is hosting a conference in Libya with the participation of neighboring countries to discuss the country’s progress and to support the efforts of interim officials to hold scheduled assembly elections at the end of the year, amid security, political and logistical issues, and to expel mercenaries and foreign troops from Libyan territory.
The conference, announced by Algerian Foreign Minister Ramdn Lamamra, will be attended by foreign ministers from Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Sudan, Chad and Niger, as well as representatives from host Algeria and the United Nations and the African Union.
According to Arab diplomatic sources, the most important files for discussion are the Libyan election, which will be held later this year, and a new mechanism for finding a way to overcome obstacles and differences between Libyan parties will help Libya build and rebuild its new institutions. By emphasizing the responsibility of the Libyan parties for the outcome of the “Berlin Conference” and the removal of mercenaries and foreign forces over it.
In addition, the chairman of the Libyan Presidential Council, Mohammed al-Manfi, discussed the file on national reconciliation, reunification and reunification of parties with representatives from the city of Jindan yesterday.
In Tripoli, Mohammed Aun, the oil minister in the interim National Unity Government, decided to suspend Mustafa Chanallah, the head of the National Oil Corporation, for violating the ministry’s decisions and rules and regulations. Work
According to the law, the minister decided to travel outside the Chanel work without the prior permission of the Minister of Oil and Gas. The report confirmed that Sanaa had blocked the appointment of Jadallah Mohammed al-Awki as chairman of the board of directors of the National Oil Corporation.

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Jordan reaffirms its support for Libya
King Abdullah II of Jordan reaffirmed Libya’s position on Jordan and its support for political efforts to safeguard its unity, security and stability and achieve the aspirations of its fraternal people.
This came when he met with the Prime Minister of the Libyan National Unity Government Abdel Hamid Al-Tabaiba at the Al-Husseiniya Palace in Amman yesterday. The meeting discussed bilateral relations to achieve the interests of the two countries and the two fraternal peoples and ways to nurture them in various fields.

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