By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 20 August 2014:
Following a yesterday meeting with Arab League Envoy to Libya Nasser Al-Kudwa, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh . . .[restrict]Shoukry announced that Egypt would host a ministerial conference of Libya’s neighbouring countries on 25 August.
At the conference , a follow-up to that convened in Tunisia in July, Libya’s neighbours are to discuss the latest developments in the crisis-torn country, and how to respond to it and support the Libyan people.
Shoukry and Al-Kudwa, in their meeting yesterday, discussed the efforts already made by neighbouring countries, as well as by the Arab League and others in the international community, to find “a political solution between different political groups in Libya”.
The Arab League released a statement yesterday saying that it is not in favor of international intervention in Libya, but does support Arab and neighbouring nations offering assistance to help Libya reach a resolution. [/restrict]