Algeria and Italy on Thursday urged a cease-fire in Libya and a resumption of the political process to achieve a peaceful solution. 

There is “very good coordination between Algeria and Italy regarding the Libyan issue on the principles that we insist on respecting the settlement of the crisis,” to reach a “peaceful political solution,” said Algerian Foreign Minister Sabri Boukadoum during a joint news conference in Algeria with his Italian counterpart, Luigi Di Maio.

“We reject any military intervention and [we] demand the prohibition of arms transfers and we want the negotiations to start between all Libyans in light

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