Libyan Foreign Minister criticizes Arab League for low turnout in Tripoli meeting

At the press conference held after the meeting, Mengush said that the Arab League General Secretariat “invented an unprecedented condition that is not in the Union’s regulations and statutes”.

“The Arab League required 14 countries to confirm in writing that they would participate in the meeting. This situation left many countries hesitant to participate,” Mengush said. said.

Underlining that the Union is close to the policy of “an Arab country”, Menguş said, “I have reservations about the attitude of some countries that did not attend the meeting. We were surprised that these countries did not cooperate.” used his statements.

Pointing out that regional problems and the situation in Arab countries were also influential in the low participation rate, Menguş said, “However, we are still in Tripoli and we successfully held the consultation meeting.” said.

10 countries attended the Arab Foreign Ministers Consultation Meeting held in the capital Tripoli by the Libyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

United Nations Libya While Libya, Algeria, Tunisia and Qatar attended the meeting, in which Special Representative Abdoulaye Bathiliy was present, at the ministerial level, Somalia, Comoros, Palestine, Sudan, Oman and Mauritania were represented at the level of permanent members of the Union and ambassadors.

Photograph courtesy of AA.