Libyan Foreign Minister, Najla Mangoush, said it was agreed to activate the quadripartite agreement between Libya’s neighboring countries to secure the borders, noting that cooperation between these countries will support stability in Libya.
“Border security is among the priorities,” Mangoush said during a joint press conference with Algerian Foreign Minister, Ramtane Lamamra, after the ministerial meeting of Libya’s neighboring countries, held in Algiers, pointing out that cooperation must also be made on food security, knowledge and development, in addition to unifying political stances towards international changes.
She stated that the Algerian President, Abdel Madjid Tebboune, supported the ministerial meeting and its outcomes, noting that the final statement supports the Libyan trend that pushes toward peace.
Lamamra confirmed in the press conference that the ministerial meeting constituted “an added value to support the brotherly Libyan people, which will certainly crystallize in the coming weeks and months.”
“The Libyan people have the right to express their opinion about their future to begin a critical and important stage,” he added.