(MENAFN - The Peninsula) QNA
Algiers: Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee at the Algeria's National Assembly Abdelhameed Si Afif has called on all parties of the Gulf crisis to sit down and start a dialogue that takes good neighbourliness into account to resolve the crisis.
In a statement to QNA, he said all parties of the crisis have to keep away from the language of escalation as it would have undesirable repercussions on the region and the Arab world.
Algeria's position is clear, calling for sitting down for dialogue and good-neighbourliness and understanding to overcome the differences in order to avoid consequences that would not serve us as an Arab nation and would not serve the region as a whole. He said his country will "participate in any endeavour aimed at finding a solution to this crisis provided that there is will by all parties."
It was announced in Algeria on June 14, the setting up of a parliamentary solidarity committee with Qatar, including Algerian deputies from various political sides, following a statement issued by 31 deputies, who affirmed their full solidarity with the State of Qatar.