By Libya Herald reporter.
Tunis, 25 April 2016:
Interior ministers from the six member states of the Maghreb Arab Union meeting in Tunis . . .[restrict]were told today that the security coordination in the region had to be their top priority.
There was an absolute need for need for closer cooperation to defeat the menace of religious extremism in the region, Tunisian Interior Minister Hedi Majdub told his counterparts at the sixth meeting of Maghreb interior ministers. Algerian minister Noureddine Bedoui added the need to deal with cross-border terrorism, organised crime, drugs and weapon trafficking and illegal migrants.
Aref Khojja, the designated interior minister in the Government of National Accord, was welcomed at the meeting as Libya’s representative. Also attending was the Libyan Presidency Council member and deputy prime minister-designate Abdelsalam Kajman.
The latter held separate talks with Bedoui on the sidelines of the meeting. [/restrict]