The final statement of the Conference to Support Stability in Libya stresses the sovereignty of Libya and the rejection of foreign interference.Pulbished on:
Tripoli, October 21, 2021 (LANA) - The final statement of the Conference to Support the Stability of Libya affirmed the permanent, firm and strong commitment of the Government of National Unity to the sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity and national unity of Libya, and its categorical rejection of foreign interference in Libyan affairs, and its condemnation of attempts to violate the arms embargo and create chaos in Libya and its commitment to implement decisions, the Security Council on Libya, the outcomes of the Berlin Conferences (1) and (2), and the road map issued by the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum.
The statement announced by Foreign Minister Najla Al-Manqoush at a joint press conference with her Kuwaiti Counterpart Sheikh Ahmed Nasser Al-Sabah praised the role of the United Nations in supporting stability in Libya, and the efforts of the African Union, the Quartet, the European Union, the League of Arab States, and the neighboring countries of Libya in this context.
The National Unity Government welcomed the return of the embassies of countries to work from inside the Libyan capital, Tripoli, and called on the rest of the countries to return to the work of their embassy from inside the capital, Tripoli, according to the statement.
The statement stressed the importance of taking the necessary measures and entitlements to build confidence and create an appropriate environment for holding national elections in a fair, transparent and inclusive manner on December 24, 2021, explaining that ending the conflict and achieving security and stability in Libya is a basis for peace and state-building, a pillar of peaceful coexistence, and a motive to the economy and development wheel.
The statement affirmed the Libyan government's support for the efforts made by the 5 + 5 Joint Military Committee to fully implement the terms of the ceasefire agreement and the action plan approved in the thirteenth round of the committee's work.
The statement referred to the Libyan authorities' respect for their international obligations and commitments, and respect for international humanitarian law and international human rights law in the context of protecting and promoting human rights, and the Libyan authorities' cooperation with the fact-finding mission of the Human Rights Council, and facilitating its tasks.
The statement pointed out the Libyan government's intention to take the initiative within the framework of leading international efforts to end the crisis in Libya, and that its launch of the initiative to support Libya's stability comes as a step within the framework of implementing UN Security Council resolutions and the outcomes of the Berlin conferences on Libya.