Libya’s neighboring countries Egypt, Algeria and Tunisia, have demonstrated great awareness of the country’s need for support.
They agreed to find a political exit for the current crisis in it, complete its political roadmap and support stability in it.
This comes amid initiatives by Libyan candidates to help the North African state get out of its current problems.
Libyan candidates are also pushing for the completion of the electoral process, and activating the provisions of the roadmap to ensure the peaceful transfer of power.
Meanwhile, some Libyan members of parliament issued a statement, in which they asked the National Unity Government to initiate fundamental amendments.
Tunisian Foreign Minister, Othman al-Jarandi, and his Algerian counterpart, Ramtane Lamamra, discussed ways to support the political process in Libya and encourage Libyans to move towards a consensus that ensures the success of their path.
On January 17, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi received Foreign Minister Lamamra in Cairo and stressed the importance of consensus to achieve security and stability, preserve the unity and sovereignty of Libya, and unify its national institutions, especially the military and security ones.
The Egyptian leader called for strengthening efforts to end the presence of foreign forces and mercenaries in Libyan territories.
Minister Lamamra, for his part, delivered a handwritten message from his country’s President, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, to President Sisi.
In his message, the Algerian leader reportedly expresses pride in Algeria’s close and distinguished relations with Egypt at the official and popular levels.
He also expresses interest in strengthening bilateral cooperation in all fields and increasing coordination and consultations with President Sisi during the coming period.
President Tebboune visited Tunisia in mid-December 2021 and confirmed his agreement with Tunisian President, Kais Saied on the need for finding a solution to the Libyan crisis.