Tunisia’s Fakhfakh: ‘We reject division of Libya, support internal solution’

      Published on Friday, 15 May , 2020      624 Views     
Tunisia’s Fakhfakh: ‘We reject division of Libya, support internal solution’


Tunisian Prime Minister Elyes Fakhfakh reiterated his country’s rejection of partition projects in Libya, and its commitment to finding an internal solution to the conflict.

In an interview with French channel France 24 on Tuesday, Fakhfakh disclosed

There are some parties who want to question our position on the Libyan crisis

Tunisian Prime Minister Elyes Fakhfakh added

“Ten days ago, President Kais Saied decided to hold a meeting to confirm our rejection of all projects aimed at dividing Libya, and to support an internal solution in the country.”

The prime minister, the minister of foreign affairs, the minister of defense and the minister of interior, in addition to security and army leaders, were invited to the meeting by the Tunisian president to discuss the latest developments in Libya.

Fakhfakh continued

“Once the coronavirus pandemic is contained, we will do our part in supporting an internal solution to the Libyan conflict.”



He clarified: “We will work amicably to ensure harmony between all the Libyan parties and tribes.”

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Category World News | 2020/05/15 latest update at 1:30 PM
Source : The Middle East Monitor | Photocredit : The Middle East Monitor
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