Foreign ministers from Egypt, Sudan, Chad, Niger, Algeria, Tunisia and Mali pose before a meeting of Libya's neighboring countries and beyond, Thursday, Jan 23, 2020 in Algiers. AP
The Arab Parliament welcomed on Thursday the outcome of the meeting that grouped Libya neighbors, stressing that the security and stability of Libya are a necessity to the stability of the entire region.
Foreign ministers of Libya, Egypt, Tunisia, Sudan, Niger, Chad in addition to Arab League Secretary General Ahmed Abul Gheit and other senior officials took part in the meeting that took place in the Algerian capital on Tuesday.
In a statement, Arab Parliament Speaker Adel Al-Asoumi said participants at the meeting expressed categorical rejection of all forms of foreign interference in Libya's internal affairs, calling for getting all foreign fighters and mercenaries from Libyan territories.
They underlined the importance of building confidence among parties concerned with the Libyan crisis to provide an appropriate atmosphere for coming elections.
The two-day meeting also urged Libyan parties to stick to a political road map that ended hostilities last year and set parliamentary and presidential elections in December.
The Arab Parliament expressed support for all Arab, regional and international efforts aiming at finding a lasting solution to the Libyan crisis.