We support raised solutions on Qatar dispute: Algerian FM



Wed, 02 Aug 2017 - 11:33 GMT


Wed, 02 Aug 2017 - 11:33 GMT

Algerian FM With Sameh Shokri - FM's spokesman twitter account

Algerian FM With Sameh Shokri - FM's spokesman twitter account

CAIRO – 2 August 2017: Algerian Foreign Minister Abdelkader Messahel affirmed Wednesday that his country is following and supporting the raised solution by the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and backed by Kuwaiti mediation regarding the Qatari despite.

He added during press conference with his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shoukry in Cairo that Algeria never interfered in any country’s internal affairs, and does not accept any external interference in its affairs.

“I’ve been on a tour during the past days, to follow and discuss with the Arab countries’ leaders the latest updates regarding all issues,” Messahel said, adding that he believes this tour was a successful one.

Messahel also said that he delivered a message from President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to his Egyptian counterpart, Abdel Fatah al- Sisi discussing relations between the two countries.

“We are always looking for further collaborating and coordinating with Egypt, regarding economic and political relations,” Messahel said.

Algerian FM said that the Middle East region is targeted by terrorism that threats our countries and stability; however “We support the political solutions in all the Arab countries that suffer from wars and terrorism including Libya.”

From his side, Shoukry said that Egypt and Algeria’s perspectives are very similar regarding many cases including the Libyan case. “Algeria’s political principle with no to interfere in the countries’ affairs is completely consistent with the Egyptian policy. That’s why we are looking to enhance our relations more.”

Shokri also noted that their always a chance to host conferences and meetings between the political Libyan parties.

“We don’t interfere in any country’s internal affairs, as we don’t conspire against anyone,” Shoukry said.

Messahel arrived Cairo Tuesday within an Arabian tour includes eight Arabian countries to follow with the latest political updates.



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