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Algiers, 7 March 2106(Lana) The United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Mon and the Algerian Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Minister Ramadan Al Amamra, have discussed developments in Libya and other issues. Ban called on Libyan parties to look beyond their own viewpoints, to focus on the future of the country, the Algerian news agency reported. The UN Secretary General expressed hope that the national consensus government in Libya be installed as soon as possible. He renewed a call for the international players to use their leverage to pacify the country, warning that a lack of progress in Libya would escalate the political crisis, and Da'esh attacks would double and it would gain more territory. The UN Secretary General said a 'comprehensive dialogue' was the ideal way to resolve the crisis, and warned military solution would only aggravate the situation He valued the role played by Algeria by hosting the UN-sponsored talks on Libya.
Source: Libya News Agenyc