The Libyan Foreign Minister, Najla Al-Mangoush, has reaffirmed Libya's readiness to support mediation efforts between the conflicting parties in Sudan as well as the humanitarian efforts that seek to alleviate the suffering of the Sudanese people.

Al-Mangoush's remarks came in a meeting in Tripoli with the Libyan ambassador to Sudan, Fawzi Boumriz, who recently returned to Tripoli due to the ongoing security situation in Sudan.

Al-Mangoush's meeting with the ambassador was devoted to following up on the measures taken by the Libyan embassy in Khartoum to evacuate the Libyan community residing in Sudan following the outbreak of fighting. While the ambassador briefed Al-Mangoush on the latest developments in Sudan, and the efforts that can be made to help the Sudanese people in these circumstances, in addition to the possibility of communicating with the warring parties to prevail calm. 

Al-Mangoush and Boumriz's meeting came a day after the meeting of the Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah with the Sudanese ambassador to Libya, Mohammed Ibrahim, and a number of members of the embassy, in the presence of the Chief of the General Staff, Mohammed Haddad.

The Sudanese ambassador briefed Dbeibah on the situation in Sudan, the coordination of efforts between the two countries, and the role of the Government of National Unity in providing humanitarian support to the Sudanese people in all fields. He also reassured the members of the Sudanese embassy in Tripoli of their support for the efforts of the Jeddah talks between the conflict parties, and to work with all friendly countries for the stability of Sudan.