Tunisia’s Foreign Minister, Khmais Al-Jihinawi, has renewed his country’s rejection of any kind of foreign intervention in Libya, saying that Tunisia is against any military action in Libya.
FM Al-Jihinawi added, in a joint press conference with his Iraqi counterpart, Ibrahim Al-Jaafari, that his country is trying its best to prevent an expected military action in Libya because they know that it won’t solve any conflict in there. He also emphasized on Tunisia’s support for the peaceful solution in Libya and the importance of the Arabic national security whether in the Arab Maghreb or in the Gulf.
“Libya has special case in the region, thus Tunisia and all of the neighbors plus the Arab League countries aim to push Libyans to reach a political solution among themselves, then form a government that takes place in Tripoli and assume responsibility.
Meanwhile, some international and regional parties, which are accused of escalating the Libyan situation by supporting one of the Libyan conflicting parties, are gasping for winning the international public minds that support a military intervention in Libya under the pretext of fighting IS/Daesh.