Algeria reiterated its readiness to defend the "priorities of Libyans" within the Security Council as a non-permanent member until the end of 2025.
Algerian Foreign Minister Ahmed Attaf stressed his country's position on the need to speed up the achievement of a Libyan-Libyan solution that ends the political crisis once and for all, during a Tripoli meeting on Saturday with the head of the Presidential Council, Mohamed Menfi.
Attaf also handed to Menfi a written message from Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune.
The two sides praised "the depth of the historical and deep-rooted bonds of brotherhood and solidarity between the two brotherly countries and peoples," according to a statement issued by the Algerian Foreign Ministry.
Menfi and Attaf discussed many regional and international files of common interest, foremost of which is the Palestinian cause and developments in the besieged Gaza Strip, as well as security and political developments in the Sahel region.
At the end of the meeting, Menfi expressed his aspiration to meet with President Tebboune soon to continue coordination with him on issues that are at the heart of the concerns and aspirations of the two countries and peoples.