Tunisian President Kais Saied reaffirmed his country's position towards a peaceful resolution to Libya's crisis during his reception of Foreign Minister Najla Al-Manqoush on Wednesday.

Al-Manqoush and her accompanying delegation, including Minister of Transport Muhammad Al-Shouhoub, met their Tunisian counterparts to discuss issues of common interest in the areas of politics, services, and economy before meeting President Saied at the Carthage Palace.

A statement by the Tunisian Presidency said the meeting was an opportunity to reaffirm Tunisia's firm position, which advocates for a solution based on preserving Libya's unity and rejecting foreign interference.

The Tunisian president expressed his country's desire to maintain and strengthen consultation and coordination between the two states in all fields, with a focus on the economy, investment, energy, and security sectors.

President Saied stressed "the need to work towards achieving the aspirations of the two nations towards more integration by addressing the difficulties and the artificial problems aimed at disturbing the brotherly relations and cooperation between Tunisia and Libya," the Tunisian Presidency stated.

The two sides also discussed regional and international issues, including the development in Sudan, according to Libya's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

They affirmed their unified position in supporting the ceasefire in Sudan and their willingness to push forward the relations between the two countries to serve the interest of the Libyan and Tunisian people, the Foreign Ministry stated.