Algeria is scheduled to host a ministerial meeting of Libya's neighboring countries, on August 30, with the aim of helping the neighboring country overcome the stumbling path of a political settlement.

The meeting will be held at the level of the Foreign Ministers of Algeria, Egypt, Tunisia, Sudan, Chad and Niger, as they are border countries directly concerned with the stability of Libya, while representatives of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the African Union are likely to participate, according to the Algerian Al-Shorouk TV.