Media Office of Presidential Council: Al-Menafi meets in New York with foreign ministers.Pulbished on:
New York, 22 September, 2021 (Lana) - On the sidelines of his participation in the meetings of the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, the President of the Presidential Council, Mohamed Al-Menafi held a series of meetings in New York with foreign ministers of a number of countries that focused on discussing Libya's relations with these countries and ways to enhance them.
The President of the Presidential Council met at the headquarters of the Libyan mission in New York, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Algeria, Ramtane Lamamra, who renewed his country's solidarity and permanent support for the Libyan people to embody the priorities of the current stage, stressing the importance of achieving comprehensive national reconciliation that ends the page of division and conflicts.
Al-Menafi praised the positions of Algeria, the president, the government and the people in support of the Libyan political dialogue, and the efforts of national reconciliation, to reach a solution that restores stability and peace to Libya.
Al-Menafi also met at the headquarters of the Libyan mission with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia, Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah, who affirmed the Kingdom's keenness to restore stability to Libya, expressing his hope for the success of all stages of the political agreement between all parties.
The President of the Presidential Council praised the positions of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia towards the Libyan crisis, and its welcome to the Libyan political dialogue, and to reach a solution that restores stability and peace to Libya.
The President of the Presidential Council, Mohamed Al-Menafi,also met at the headquarters of the Libyan mission in New York, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of South Africa, Nalidi Pandor. During the meeting, the exil Al-Menafi praised the experience of South Africa in achieving national reconciliation, stressing that this choice was strategic to overcome the difficult period it went through, and stressed the importance of supporting all transitional steps, in order to achieve security and stability in Libya. Minister Pandor conveyed the invitation of President Matamila Cyril Zamafora, to the President of the Presidential Council, Mohamed El Menafi, to visit South Africa during the coming period, in order to strengthen joint relations and cooperation between the two countries. According to the Presidential Media Office, these meetings, which were attended by Libya's representative to the United Nations, "Taher al-Sunni", dealt with bilateral relations between Libya and these countries, and a number of regional and international issues of common interest.