The Maghreb countries supporting the GNA, the only legitimate government in Libya, renewed their stance and support for what Libya is going through in an attempt to overthrow the legitimacy with a plan and support from countries with ambitions in Libya through people and personalities known to betray the homeland.
The role of Mauritania, Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria was not limited to witnessing and taking the role of the frozen neutral , but they affirmed their defense of the legitimacy of the reconciliation government, recalling the historical ties that bind them to Libya.
We reject foreign interference, Mauritanian Foreign Minister Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed stressed that his country recognizes the reconciliation government derived from the Skhirat agreement as the sole representative of the Libyan people, expressing his country’s rejection of all foreign military interventions in the Libyan crisis.
After the weekly meeting of the Mauritanian government, Ould Cheikh Ahmed renewed his country’s support for the United Nations track, to reach a political solution satisfactory to all, stressing his interest in following the developments of the political track in Libya as an important member of the Maghreb Union.
Tunisia: Libya’s stability is goodd for Tunisia, and Tunisian President Qais Saaid told the President of the Presidential Council, Fayez Asarraj, about the depth of relations between Tunisia and Libya, and his aspiration to visit Libya and meet with him, and to pass the curreput it.nt crisis. Saeed pointed out to Asarraj that the stability of Libya is the stability of Tunisia, and that he would make every effort to achieve security and peace for the brotherly Libyan people.
Rabat supports the GNA and like the other Maghreb states support the legitimacy of the GNA During his meeting with the Libyan Foreign Minister, the Moroccan Foreign Minister confirmed Rabat’s support according to the Skhirat agreement, pointing out that Rabat supports them and only recognizes the legitimate government in Libya.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Morocco expressed their aspiration for fruitful cooperation with Libya in various fields, stressing their rejection of the “Sutpid” foreign interference, as he put it.
Algeria: Tripoli is a red line. Algerian President-elect Abdel Majid Taboun said in his first speech after his performance of the legal and constitutional oath as a new president: “Algeria is the first and most concerned with the stability of Libya, wheather you like it or not and would it accept our exclusion from any suggested solutions in Libya.
The Presidency of the Algerian Republic also affirmed that the Libyan capital, Tripoli, is a red line, and called on the international community, especially the Security Council, to assume their responsibilities in imposing respect for peace and security in Libya in the face of external interference in Libya and its support for Hifter’s attack on Tripoli.
After all this strict firmness from neighboring and sisterly countries defending its legitimacy, we are still witnessing the countries that support Hifter in his aggression, these countries are not neighbors and has no interests with Libya, sending thousands of tons of arms to Libya.