By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 12 February 2015:
The latest meeting of Libya’s neighbours due to be held in Chad today has been postponed.
Chadian Ministry . . .[restrict]of Foreign Affairs spokesman Mousa Mohamed Dago announced the postponement without giving any reason for it. He did not say when the meeting, which was to be attended by foreign ministry representatives of Egypt, Sudan, Chad, Algeria, Niger and Tunisia, would be re-scheduled. Some reports say it has been postponed indefinitely. Others say it will take place on 26 February.
Sudan hosted the last meeting in early December, at which the representatives expressed their support of the UNSMIL-led dialogue process. [/restrict]