The meeting is expected to be held at the ministerial level and will be attended by representatives from this state, as well as from Egypt, Tunisia, Sudan, Chad and Niger, bordering countries directly concerned about Libya’s reality.
Furthermore, this meeting might be attended by representatives of the secretary general of the United Nations and the African Union, local TV station Al Shorouk reported on Monday.
Despite Algeria’s and international efforts, Lybia still has a complex insecurity situation, which was basically caused by the war in 2011 waged by countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) against the administration of leader Muamar Gaddafi, whom they assassinated.
Regarding the meeting to be held in Algeria, the libyaobserver.ly website reviewed aspects of the ministerial meeting that was held in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, last week, in order to end political stagnation in the country. This was a meeting where attendees expressed their commitment to support Tripoli.
They reiterated their interest in achieving stability and security through an agreement between the conflicting parties, made emphasis on the need of national reconciliation and to preserve Libya’s sovereignty and unity, and rejected any kind of foreign intervention.
Political and military frictions persist between the power structure erected in Tripoli and that established in the eastern city of Tobruk, the stronghold of Marshal Khalifa Haftar.