Algeria Approves Three Axes in Anticipation of Tripartite Summit on Libya

The Algerian Minister of Maghreb, AU and Arab League Affairs Abdul Gader Msahel has said that his country had adopted three axses in anticipation of the tripartite summit of Algeria, Egypt and Tunisia. The three axses were designed to narrow the gap between Libyan antagonists, in a bid to find a solution to the crisis, and preserve the integrity of the country, Msahel said, indicating that the parties have approved to these axses. Msahel acknowledged the existence of obstacles which he said was normal in such a situation. Tunisia, Algeria and Egypt on Monday signed a six point document in support a peaceful settlement of the Libyan crisis.

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