The head of the Egyptian National Committee Concerned with the Libyan Crisis hailed on Tuesday the Libyan parties’ keenness to settle their country’s crisis.
Addressing the inaugural session of the Constitutional Track meetings, the committee’s head stressed the importance of putting differences aside among the Libyan parties and make use of the meetings to agree on a unified constitutional base allowing to hold national elections on December 24.
Meanwhile, UN Envoy to Libya Stephanie Williams lauded the Egyptian efforts exerted to resolve the Libyan crisis and the Egyptian leadership’s keenness to maintain Libya’s stability.
Williams affirmed the necessity of agreement between the delegations of the parliament and state council on the constitutional preparations within the coming period.
The UN envoy warned of negative repercussions in case of not reaching an agreement, asserting that the Libyan parties should shoulder their responsibilities.
Today, meetings of delegations of the Libyan House of Representatives and High Council of State kicked off in Hurghada to agree on the constitutional preparations for the national elections on December 24.