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The Tunisian Presidency office said in a statement the meeting, which was held on the margin of the Benelux summit hosted by Tunisia from 5-6 December and which brought together along with the Tunisian President, Xavier Bettel the Prime of Luxemburg, Charles Michel the Prime Minister of Belgium and Mark Rutte the Dutch Prime Minister, discussed several issues of common interest including the situation in Libya, and the need for more concerted effort to bring about a peaceful solution to the crisis in Libya and promote the values of dialogue and tolerance in the Mediterranean. The Benelux was set up as an economic union between three kingdoms in western Europe Belgium, Netherlands and Luxemburg. The union agreement was signed in London in 1944, and activated in 1947.
Source: Libya News Agency