Tunisia said on Saturday it has postponed an emergency session on Sunday with other member states of the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) to find a political solution to the unrest in Libya, citing a lack of "foresight".
Foreign ministry spokesman Mokhtar Chaouachi said:
"It is deemed preferable to postpone the meeting because there is a lack of foresight on the situation in Libya.
"There are no clear interlocutors with the presence of two governments in Libya."
The union is made up of Tunisia, Libya, Mauritania, Algeria and Morocco. No alternative date for the meeting has been announced.