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Algiers, Algerian Foreign Ministry has announced that the Algerian Minister of Maghreb, African Union and Arab League Affairs, Abdulqader Misahel is to take part Monday in the ministerial meeting on Libya to be held in Vienna to discuss efforts to bring peace to this country. Algerian foreign ministry statement said the second ministerial meeting on Libya comes after the first meeting that was held December 2015 in Rome aimed at strengthening efforts to restore stability and cement international support to the political track for peace and security and stability in Libya. The Algerian statement said ever since the flare up of the Libyan crisis, Algeria has been strongly supporting the political track adopted by the UN. Within this context, Algeria hosted at the request of the international organization and Libyan parties several direct meetings between Libyan political parties and activists to narrow view points among Libyan actors and encourage conclusion of an agreement through an inclusive dialogue and national reconciliation. Misahel paid a visit on April 20, 2016 to Tripoli where he held talks with President and members of the Presidency Council. he reiterated at this occasion Algeria's full support to the efforts of the presidency council for the restoration of peace and security in Libya.
Source: Libyan News Agency