A tripartite meeting involving Italy, Algeria and Egypt will be held here Monday to discuss the situation in Libya, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs says.
The meeting, which is part of the consultations among the three countries, will bring together Algerian Minister of Maghreb Affairs, African Union and Arab League Abdelkader Messahel, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shukry and Italy’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Co-operation. Paolo Gentiloni, according to the statement.
“The ministers will examine the situation in Libya and means likely to accelerate the inter-Libyan dialogue process, sponsored by the United Nations, to find a political solution leading to the formation of a national unity government,” said the Ministry statement.
It will be also an opportunity for the three ministers to discuss the implications of political and security instability in Libya on its neighbourhood and in the region in general, it added.