Madrid — Algeria is committed to a political solution in Libya as part of an inclusive dialogue among all Libyan parties, Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal said Tuesday in Madrid.
"My country is committed to a political solution through an inclusive dialogue among all Libyan parties, except terrorist groups, to allow Libya preserve its cohesion, sovereignty and territorial integrity" said Sellal in his address at the opening of the 6th High Level meeting between Algeria and Spain.
The Prime Minister added "Algeria and Spain and the international community must work towards the urgent establishment of a government of national unity (in Libya) as a decisive act of resolution of the Libyan crisis."
In this context, Sellal paid tribute to the efforts spent by the special envoy of UN Secretary General for Libya Bernardino Leon to reach a solution to the crisis that shakes the countries.
Moreover, Sellal expressed his satisfaction with the cooperation developed between Algeria and Spain in the fight against terrorism, extremism and transnational organized crime.
Regarding Mali, the peace and reconciliation agreement in Mali, resulting from the process of Algiers, signed by all parties in Mali on 20 June, the Prime Minister noted that "it enshrines the mediation's laudable efforts to allow the country to emerge from the crisis and restore stability."