The President of Congo-Brazzaville, Chairman of the African High-Level Committee on Libya, Denis Sassou Nguesso, sent a letter to the Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, and it was delivered by Congolese Foreign Minister Jean-Claude Gakosso to the acting Foreign Minister Al-Taher Al-Baour during their meeting at the ministry’s headquarters in Tripoli, on Monday.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on its Facebook page that the meeting touched upon a number of issues related to the prominent and serious role of the African Union in resolving the Libyan crisis, especially the national reconciliation file and the role played by the Congo, through its President, who is appointed by the African Union Commission to handle the Libyan crisis file.

The meeting also dealt with restoring Libya's effective and important role in Africa to help in addressing the issues and crises of the member states of the African Union and contribute to resolving regional and international issues, in addition to a number of other important issues.

The Congolese Foreign Minister, accompanied by representatives of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, participated in the fourth meeting of the Preparatory Committee for the National Reconciliation Conference, which was held in the city of Zuwara in the west of the country. The meeting was headed by Presidential Council's Deputy Head Abdullah Al-Lafi.

The Congolese Foreign Minister met in Tripoli with the Head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, and also handed him a letter from President Nguesso. He also met with the Head of the High Council of State, Mohammed Takala, to discuss developments in national reconciliation.