Algeria comments on allegations that a Libyan candidate for the presidency...

Algeria comments on allegations that a Libyan candidate for the presidency...
Algeria comments on allegations that a Libyan candidate for the presidency...
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In response to a question about what was raised about a possible candidate for the presidential elections in Libya to trade his support for Libya’s recognition of Israel, Lamamra said in an interview with Algerian state television, that Algeria prefers to have men or women at the head of brotherly countries who love their country and are committed to the higher interest of the country and do not engage in External accounts make them people who are attentive to the interests of others and not to the accurate national interest, adding, “This is what we want for ourselves and our brothers.”

He stressed that “Algeria considers that it is more appropriate with regard to the relations of Arab countries with the Israeli occupier is to support efforts aimed at realizing the inalienable rights of the brotherly Palestinian people and pushing the work of the United Nations towards reviving Palestinian-Israeli negotiations instead of some Arab countries helping the Israeli entity to expand. And go to other Arab regionsStressing that this “does not serve peace in the Middle East, nor does it serve stability in general in the region.”

He added that his country believes that “whoever relies on or clings to Israeli influence, whether in Libya – if the saying is true – or in Morocco or any other country, is considered an irresponsible act that does nothing to serve the interests of the region and the interests of its people.”

The Algerian minister stressed that his country “respects the sovereignty of the brotherly Libyan people and considers that only the Libyan people have the right to interfere in choosing its president and representatives in Parliament, and it has vowed not to interfere in its affairs, but rather to help reunite in the context of its keenness to overcome the Libyan crisis, which will allow development of Libya.

And the day before yesterday, Israeli media claimed that the son of Libyan General Khalifa Haftar, Saddam Haftar, visited Israel secretly, and carried a message from his father to it, asking for Israeli political and military assistance, in exchange for his pledge to establish future diplomatic relations between it and Libya, while preparing to prepare In it to run for the Libyan elections scheduled within weeks.

Yesterday, Thursday, the former minister in Benjamin Netanyahu’s government, Ayoub Kara, revealed that “while he was in the Israeli government, he held secret meetings with prominent political leaders from Libya on the island of Rhodes, centered around normalizationAlleging that the late Libyan president, Muammar Gaddafi, had the desire to sign agreements with Israel.

Four Arab countries, namely the UAE, Bahrain, Morocco and Sudan, signed normalization agreements with Israel in a historic shift in relations between old adversaries.

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