Algeria, South Africa reiterate support for peaceful settlement in Libya
The Algerian Foreign Minister Sabri Boukadoum discussed with South African top officials the Libyan file during a working visit to South Africa on Tuesday.
A statement by Algeria's foreign ministry said that Boukadoum was engaged in in-depth consultations with his South African counterpart Naledi Pandor and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on ways to achieve "the main and noble objectives of the African Union, aimed at silencing the voice of arms and making Africa a safe and prosperous continent."
The talks touched upon the developments in the hotbeds of tension in the African continent, including the prevailing situation in Libya, according to the Algerian News Agency.
Boukadoum and South African FM noted during their meeting the consensus of both countries on supporting the international legitimacy path and the peaceful settlement of crises and conflicts in the continent.