The Sudanese minister of foreign affairs, Ibrahim Ghandour has received an invitation from the Algeria Government to participate in the meeting of the Libya’s neighboring countries mechanism.
According to sources, the meeting will discuss the latest developments, and the mechanism attempts to reconciling differences between the Libyan factions.
The related sources revealed that Sudan has excluded from the last meeting in Tunisia, which join only three countries Egypt, Algeria and Tunisia.
This source considered that excluding Sudan despite his leading role to resolve the Libyan crisis is an attempt to exclude him from the Libyan file.
The government asked the concerned authorities about the reasons for not inviting Sudan to attend the meeting, the response was that the three countries are the most dynamic despite the fact that Sudan is the most active in the settlement file since its outbreak and the most affected in the Libyan neighboring countries.
It noteworthy that the Libyan neighboring countries mechanism includes six countries Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, Sudan, Niger and Chad, and the biannual mechanism meeting took place in the capitals of the countries of the mechanism alternately