Libya’s Joint Military Commission (JMC) “5 + 5” meetings kicked off in Cairo on Wednesday to build on the achievements made by the commission since the signing of the ceasefire in the Arab country in October 2020.
The embassies of France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States warned on Friday that undermining the work of the NOC would pose a threat to Libya and its security.
UNSMIL announced that eastern-based parliament speaker Aguila Saleh topped the list of candidates for chairing the three-member Libyan Presidency Council
The UN envoy hailed the meetings which are due to last till February 5, saying they would pave the way for national election on December 24, 2021.
Williams' speech included the humanitarian situation and financial demands, and the success of the ceasefire agreement in Libya.
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UNSMIL praised, Wednesday the Constitutional Committee agreement, that was reached during meetings held in Egypt’s Hurghada aiming at reaching a solution for solving the Libyan crises.
The UNSMIL statement reported that the mission said that the monitors' deployment would be per the UN Secretary-General's report to the Security Council on December 30.
These efforts are being undertaken to address the Libyan people's needs and establishing a more durable and equitable economic arrangement.
This came in a statement issued by the General Command of the Libyan Armed Forces regarding developments in the field situation in areas of conflict with armed militias.
The Libyan parties prepare to start holding sessions of the Forum for Political Dialogue in Tunis on November 9.
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) praised Egypt’s role for hosting the Libyan House of Representatives and the High Council of State delegations and dialogue between 11 and 13 October.
It expected that the face-to-face meetings will be mainstreamed into the 5+5 Joint Military Commission.
Shokry affirmed that Egypt backs all steps aimed at achieving de-escalation and a political solution.
Abou Al Gheit and Williams congrued on the necessity of building upon the ceasefire declarations issued on August 21.
Libya’s Parliament Speaker Aguila Saleh has stressed the importance of holding presidential and parliamentarian elections soon to resolve the country's political conflict.
The Egyptian, Tunisian and Algerian foreign ministers asserted their commitment to backing Libya and its people in that critical phase of the country's history.
The French embassy in Libya said on Monday that it welcomes the continuation of Cairo talks aiming to re-unify the Libyan Armed Forces.
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UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, announced the appointment of Lebanese Ghassan Salame as the SG special Representative and head of the UN Support Mission in Libya .