Arab League summit in Algeria concluded on Wednesday in a final statement in which Arab leaders expressed their full solidarity with the Libyan people and support for efforts aimed at ending the Libyan crisis through a “Libyan-Libyan” solution that preserves the unity and sovereignty of the country, and maintains its security and the security of its neighboring states as well as achieves the aspirations of Libyan people to reach the holding of elections as soon as possible to achieve lasting political stability.

The statement reiterated the rejection of all forms of external interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries and adherence to the principle of Arab solutions to Arab problems by strengthening the role of the Arab League in preventing and solving crises by peaceful means, and working to strengthen "Arab-Arab relations."

The statement, called "Algeria Declaration" valued the endeavors and efforts made by many Arab countries, especially Kuwait, to achieve Arab and Gulf solidarity.

The Head of Libyan Presidential Council called in his speech at the Arab League summit on member states to play their role in building bridges among Libyans.