Egypt underlines the need for peace in Libya

Egypt stressed its rejection of any foreign intervention in its neighbour Libya, during a visit by top Egyptian officials on Sunday.

The delegation was headed by Assistant Foreign Minister for Neighbouring Countries Mohamed Badr El-Din Zayed and included the Egyptian Ambassador to Libya Mohamed Abu Bakr and representatives of several ministries, according to a statement by the foreign ministry.

Zayed met with President of Libyan House of Representatives Augeila Saleh and stressed the fundamentals of the Egyptian position towards Libya, foremost among which is “preserving the unity and territorial integrity of the Libyan state” and the rejection of foreign intervention in Libyan affairs.

Zayed also stressed the “need to end violence and start national dialogue that includes all political forces that renounce violence”.

The delegation also discussed ways to support Libya in various fields including on political and security levels.

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