Libya’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Najla Al-Mangoush, affirmed Libya’s full support for Tunisia, as it works to ensure its security and stability.
The FM stressed the importance of continuing to work to confront any external and regional interference targeting Tunisian-Libyan national security.
Al-Mangoush described her visit to Tunisia at the head of a government delegation, as “very fruitful.” As well as pointing out that it was an opportunity for consultation and coordination on bilateral relations, and other regional and international issues of common interest.
On Thursday, a ministerial delegation from Libya consisting of Minister of Interior, Khaled Mazen and Al-Mangoush, arrived in Tunis, according to a statement by the official Spokesman of the Government of National Unity (GNU), Mohamed Hamouda.
Hamouda added that the delegation will hold intensive talks with their Tunisian counterparts to agree on a unified health protocol, as a necessary step for re-opening the land borders, and to resume flights between the two countries.