Libya’s government hosted senior foreign officials on Thursday to secure enthusiastic and solid support on the country’s burning issues.
The Libya Stabilization Conference ended with a communiqué stressing the need for confidence-building steps to enable fair, transparent, and inclusive election on Dec. 24, according to Foreign Minister Najla Mangoush.
Moreover, the communiqué reiterated the importance of the government’s permanent, firm, and strong commitment to implement the Security Council’s resolutions on Libya, starting with Resolution 1970, ensuring stability and independence.
It also expressed its absolute rejection of foreign interference in Libyan affairs, as well as its condemnation of attempts to violate the arms embargo and foment chaos in Libya.
In the same vein, the government highly welcomed the embassies’ return to work in Tripoli, urging other countries to do the same.
Additionally, the conference asserted that ending the conflict and achieving security and stability in Libya is essential for peace and state-building.
The Libyan government expressed full support for the considerable efforts made by the Joint Military Committee 5 + 5 in the full implementation of the terms of the ceasefire agreement, in addition to the action plan approved in the 13th session of the joint meeting held in Geneva during the period from 6 to 8 October 2021.
The authorities promised adherence to their international obligations and commitments, and respect for the international human rights law within the framework of protecting and promoting human rights.
Furthermore, the war-torn country hailed the fundamental role the United Nations (UN) plays in maintaining stability in Libya, as well as the African Union’s exerted efforts and its assembly concerned with Libyan issues.
In this regard, it also appreciated the tangible efforts of the Quartet, the European Union(EU), the League of Arab States (LAS), and Libya’s neighboring countries.