May 27, 2022

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Libya Stability Conference confirms holding of elections and rejection of foreign intervention

Libya Stability Conference confirms holding of elections and rejection of foreign intervention

The final report of the International Conference of Ministers for the Support of Libya confirmed the complete rejection of any involvement in internal Libyan affairs, and supported the decisions of the National Unity Government “5 + 5” led by Abdel Hamid al-Tabaiba. A statement from Foreign and International Cooperation Minister Najla al-Mangash on Thursday evening reaffirmed the government’s commitment to Libya’s independence and the government’s commitment to sovereignty and UN Security Council resolutions. And welcomes the return of foreign embassies to work from Tripoli, as well as ensuring that general and presidential elections are held on the scheduled date of December 24th.

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The conference is being held for the first time since the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi in Libya, following a decade of chaos, conflict and power struggles. Since the beginning of the year. In his inaugural address, Libyan Prime Minister Abdel Hamid Dabaiba considered the conference meeting to support Libya’s desire and their ability to reach a complete Libyan solution. The integrated capital of Libya, proof of its recovery. “Since we took over this government, we have been committed to supporting the High Electoral Commission in its preparations for the timely conduct of elections,” Tabaiba said. Companies. “

Arab and international participation

Representatives from the United Nations, the European Union, the African Union and the Arab League, and the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Sudan, Malta, Chad, Niger, Turkey, the United States, The conference was attended by Britain, the Netherlands, France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Greece, Switzerland, Russia, China, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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The United Arab Emirates reaffirmed its support for the political process to achieve reconciliation in Libya.

This came during a meeting with Abdullah Al Lafi, Vice President of the Libyan Presidential Council, Khalifa Shaheen, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates, in charge of the United Arab Emirates Embassy in Libya and the delegation accompanying him.

The Emirati delegation expressed confidence in the success of the Cabinet Conference on the Stability of Libya in Tripoli, which was attended by Foreign Ministers from 23 countries. Shaheen reaffirmed the United Arab Emirates’ support for Libya’s political process, paving the way for the upcoming elections, and support for the National Reconciliation File. For his part, “al-Lafi” pointed to the depth of the historical ties that connect the United Arab Emirates and Libya in many areas and are working to serve their interests, according to the Libyan Presidential Council’s media office. Continuing support for the political roadmap in Libya, and holding timely elections, ”was scheduled for December 24. In his speech, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said the Libyan conference in Paris next month was aimed at supporting the plan to “exit foreign forces and mercenaries” from Libya to end foreign intervention. In a speech ahead of a conference in support of Libya’s support in Tripoli, Le Trian said the upcoming conference would “provide the ultimate international impetus needed to support elections by the end of the year.”

United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs Rosemary de Carlo stressed that “elections in Libya will be over by the end of the interim period” and that “we will return to a state of political legitimacy”. It called on the states to “end foreign intervention in Libyan affairs” and to “send international observers to monitor the process and ensure the quality and fairness of the political process.”

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Boss for the future

Egyptian Foreign Minister Same Chowdhury has stressed that elections are an essential step in overcoming Libya in the future by allowing the Libyan people to express their desire for independence. Prosperous homeland. “