Libya, Tunisia, and Algeria decided to hold a tripartite meeting at the presidential level every three months, to “coordinate partnership and cooperation frameworks.”

The Algerian presidency announced, on Sunday, in a statement, that Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, the President of Tunisia, Kais Saied, and the Head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, held a tripartite meeting, in which they reviewed the outcomes of the seventh summit of heads of state and government of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum, which was held in Algeria.

The attendees discussed the prevailing conditions in the Maghreb region. The meeting concluded with "the need to intensify and unify efforts to confront economic and security challenges in a way that will benefit the peoples of the three countries positively." 

They decided to hold a tripartite Maghreb meeting every three months, the first in Tunisia after the holy month of Ramadan, that is, next June, according to the statement.

Tunisia's President revealed that a tripartite Tunisian-Algerian-Libyan meeting will be organized in the coming period, in the presence of the Head of the Presidential Council, in Tunisia. President Tebboune also held a bilateral meeting with Saied, in which he reviewed bilateral relations and ways to enhance them.

Last month, the Algerian President paved the way for joint coordination by sending the Minister of Foreign Affairs on a tour that included Tunisia, Libya, and Mauritania, during which he delivered letters to the three countries that included proposals to create a framework that would allow coordination of positions.

Meanwhile, Menfi participated in the summit of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum, where he announced preparations to launch a licensing round to carry out new explorations in the field of oil and gas in 2024.