Algerian President Abdel-Majid Tebboune said that Libya needs a new roadmap to end the ongoing conflict.
He noted that he is ready to host talks to resolve the crisis under the auspices of the United Nations.
In an interview with the French newspaper ‘L’opinion’, Tebboune stated “Providing assistance to Libya is our duty … even if this matter could upset the countries that act in the name of their economic interests”, stressing that there was no military solution to the crisis.
“We are working hard to calm the situation in this country … Algeria is ready to host talks under the auspices of the United Nations”, he added.
“The Libyans want peace, and all solutions implemented since 2011 have failed … We must work on a new road map that leads to elections in two to three years”.