By Libya Herald reporter.
Tripoli, 10 November 2015:
The Libyan Foreign Minister Mohamed Dairi has had talks with his Egyptian counterpart, Sameh . . .[restrict]Shoukry, in Riyadh on the latest developments in the Libyan crisis. The talks took place on the sidelines of the Arab-South American Summit which started today. Both men had been in the Saudi capital for the meeting of Arab and South American foreign ministers ahead of the event.
According to an Egyptian foreign ministry spokesman, Shoukry stated that Egypt had a simple but clear strategy in regard to Libya; it supported the UN-brokered Dialogue agreement reached in Skhirat and wanted to see it accepted by Libya’s political factions. It did not want any further delays or renegotiations.
The spokesman did not specify which Dialogue agreement Egypt supported – the 11 July one which the HoR says is the only version it can accept, or the 8 October one. However, he stated that the agreement was the one “which is supported by various international parties”. This is the 8 October version which the HoR rejects.
Today, a spokesman for Baera said that the HoR would “never” approve it. [/restrict]