Libyan Foreign Minister, Najla Al-Mangoush, discussed with her Algerian counterpart, Ahmed Attaf, bilateral relations of common interest.
Al-Mangoush arrived in the Algerian capital on Wednesday evening on an official visit that will last for two days, according to a statement by the Algerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which added that the visit falls within the framework of strengthening Algerian-Libyan relations and cooperation, and intensifying political consultation as well as coordination between the two countries on issues of common interests.
Al-Mangoush said on Twitter that she held a fruitful meeting with the Algerian Foreign Minister, as they discussed developments in Sudan as well as the procedures for the return of flights between the two countries, in addition to reviewing the joint mechanism on cooperation in the file of "waters" whose first meeting would be held in Tripoli.
On the sidelines of her visit to Algeria, Al-Mangoush paid a visit to the temporary building of the Libyan embassy in the Algerian capital, which is located in Al-Abyar area until the end of maintenance work on its old building that is located in the same area and has been owned by the Libyan state since the middle of the last century. The building's maintenance is expected to be completed in early 2025, according to a brief statement by the Foreign Ministry.