League of Great Saraha Tribes advocates preservation of social ties

Tripoli, Libya (PANA) - The 6th meeting of the People and Social League of the Great Sahara tribes reiterated on Monday night in Tripoli the need to preserve the social fabric and ties between countries of the region.

It also warned against any external interference aimed at sowing dissension after the peoples' revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt ousted their leaders.

Members of the League of the Great Sahara Tribes expressed concern about interference of former colonial powers in the internal affairs of some countries in the region, which had led to the emergence of new conflicts.

In a statement, participants at the forum hailed efforts of the Libyan leader Moammar Kadhafi to establish peace and security in the region of the Great Sahara, including Niger, Mali, and the normalisation of relations between Sudan and Chad.

The statement expressed their support for the Libyan leader's speech on the occasion of the celebration of the Mouloud, commemorating the birth of Prophet Mohamed, in which he called for the need to thwart the campaign against Islam perpetrated by the West.

Members of the League of the Great Sahara Tribes expressed concern about the emergence of new hotbeds of tension in Africa, particularly in Côte d'Ivoire and Somalia.
-0 - PANA BY/FA/TBM/JEN/MA 15Feb2011

15 february 2011 22:08:48




xhtml CSS