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CAIRO, March 11 -- Minister of Maghreb, African Union (AU) and Arab League Affairs Abdelkader Messahel says Algeria wants to see a political solution to the crisis in Libya.
Speaking to the media here Thursday after a meeting with Libyan Foreign Minister Mohamed Dairi, on the sidelines 145th session of the Arab League's ministerial council, Messahel reiterated Algeria's position in favour of a political settlement to Libya's crisis.
The Algerian minister urged "all Libyan brothers to set aside their differences to put an end to the crisis prevailing in that country and the threats posed to stability and security of countries in the region".
The two ministers reviewed the latest developments in Libya and the efforts being made to reach a political solution as part the process sponsored by the United Nations.