First Deputy Speaker of the Libyan Parliament, Fawzi Al-Nuwari stressed the need for countries to interpret the crisis in Libya “as an internal matter.”
This came during his participation in the Conference of the Non-Aligned Movement’s Parliamentary Network, which was held in the Azerbaijani capital, Baku.
Al-Nuwari led a Parliamentary delegation, and held several meetings. The Parliament said that these meetings “come within the framework of strengthening and consolidating the relations with many parliaments and councils participating in the conference.”
The Libyan delegation held several bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the Baku Conference, including with the First Deputy of the Malawi National Assembly; Mada Letso Kazembo, the Beninese Member of Parliament; Boniface Yahtumi, and the Ghanaian Member of Parliament; Kubina Taher.
During the meetings, Al-Nuwari discussed a number of issues related to Africa, in addition to the challenges and crises facing member states. He also discussed the mechanisms of joint action within the parliamentary network of the African Group, which would contribute to achieving the goals of the Non-Aligned Movement.
The delegation also held a meeting with the Speaker of the Pakistani Senate; Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani. They discussed ways to enhance bilateral cooperation between MPs.
Al-Nuwari gave an explanation of the composition of the Parliament, and the working mechanisms of its organs.
In turn, the head of the Pakistani Senate confirmed the depth of the Libyan-Pakistani relations. He extended an invitation to Al-Nuwari to visit the Pakistani Senate.