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In Egypt I see no mechanisms for the peaceful settlement of the crisis in Libya

Despite the presence of the foundations for the peaceful resolution of the conflict in Libya, a clear implementation mechanisms not yet, said the foreign Minister of Egypt Sameh shoukry.

Shukri on Monday discussed the Libyan crisis with a colleague from Saudi Arabia Faisal bin Farhan. The Egyptian Minister said at a joint press conference with Osama bin Farhan that during the meeting they discussed issues of bilateral cooperation between the two countries.

He noted that Egypt seeks to establish stability in Libya, and advocates for equitable distribution of resources of the country and a government that can meet the needs of Libyans.

"The international community has developed a number of measures on the basis of which should be organised a peaceful solution to the conflict, but, unfortunately, we see no mechanisms for their implementation, we do not see political will for this," said Shukri.

He said, "Egypt will protect its interests and to support the political settlement, however, does not tolerate any form of attack on the previously defined border on its national security."

"We discussed regional issues, as well as the Libyan crisis. I said Egyptian counterpart on the full support of Riyadh, the Egyptian position, and the importance of the removal of any foreign intervention in Libya. We will continue an intensive coordination between countries to find the chance to address this situation," - said in turn, Ben Farhan at a press conference in Cairo aired on Arabic television channels.

The deputies of the Egyptian Parliament on 20 July unanimously endorsed sending the military potential of the country to perform combat missions outside Egypt in the West. According to the Egyptian Constitution, the President can declare war or to send Egyptian troops to perform combat missions outside the country after obtaining the consent of Parliament.

Operating in the East of Libya Parliament - House of representatives – on the night of July 14 to allow Egyptian armed forces to intervene in the Libyan conflict. In late June, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said that his country is ready to help the Libyan tribes in the fight against foreign intervention, training and arming them. He also noted that any direct interference of Egypt in Libya now legitimate under international law. According to al-Sisi, a "red line" to promote a supportive national consensus Government troops is the city of Sirte, located about 900 kilometers from the border with Egypt, and the province Dzhufra.

In Libya, the confrontation between the Government of national consensus Fayeza Zarraga, which controls Tripoli and areas to the West of the country, and the Libyan national army under the command of Marshal Khalifa Haftorah, which cooperates with sitting on the East by the Parliament. The NTC supports Turkey and Qatar, and LNA - Egypt and the UAE.