Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohamed al-Qiblawi said, we are waiting for Tunisia and Algeria to take further steps that will repel this aggression, on the basis of the common denominators between us as civil states, and the presence of any military rule in Libya will be a threat to these countries.
Al-Qeblawi added, in an interview with Anatolia, on Wednesday, that they called on the countries of Morocco and Algeria to hold a meeting at the level of foreign ministers to discuss a unified vision for a real solution that would benefit these countries and Libya within the framework of the formation of the Arab Maghreb, as a wall to prevent all conspiracies coming from the east.
Al-Qeblawi expressed optimism that the Geneva conference “may change the scene and be the beginning of the last journey to build a civil Libya, provided that the other side adheres to the resolutions, or this conference will be a failure like its predecessors.” That is why we submitted a proposal in Berlin that the selection of the participants not be only from Tobruk. A numerical balance process must be established between the Parliament of Tripoli and Tobruk.
It is worth noting that Algeria hosted last January a meeting of the neighboring countries on Libya, during which the participating countries confirmed their rejection of any military intervention, and emphasized on the dialogue to solve the Libyan crisis.