Libyan Parliament Speaker Counselor Aqila Saleh revealed his agreement with Algerian President Abdel Majid Taboun to intensify and coordinate his consultations with Egypt and Tunisia to find a peaceful solution to the Libyan crisis.
After receiving him from the Algerian President at the presidential headquarters of "Al-Mouradia", Aqila Saleh said in a statement to the Algerian state television, "Taboun informed him that Algeria is at the disposal of the Libyans."
He noted that the Algerian president told him, "that he, along with his brothers, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and Tunisian Qais Said, is seeking a peaceful solution to the Libyan crisis."
He indicated that his visit came at the invitation of the Algerian President Abdel Majid Taboun to discuss what is happening in Libya and how to settle the crisis in Libya.
He explained that Taboun had been informed of the Egyptian initiative announced by President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi last week to resolve the Libyan crisis, noting that Taboun "encouraged the initiative."
On the other hand, Algerian President Abdel Majid Taboun called on the Libyan parties to stop the war and sit at the dialogue table.
The Algerian presidency issued a statement after the Taboun and Saleh meeting, in which it indicated that "in the framework of the efforts made by Algeria to find a political solution to the Libyan crisis, the President of the Republic received the Speaker of the Libyan Parliament, who is visiting the country at the head of a high-level delegation."
During this interview, Abdel Majeed Taboun renewed his country's position, "the constant calling for dialogue between the Libyan brothers in order to reach a political solution as the only way to guarantee the sovereignty and unity of the Libyan state, soil, away from foreign military interventions."
The statement added that the Speaker of the Libyan Parliament, "noted the pivotal role of Algeria in the search for the desired solution to the crisis of his sister country."