The UN envoy, Jan Kubi, welcomed the progress made by the Libyan parties, and reaffirmed the commitment of the United Nations mission to support the efforts of the Libyan people to reunify Libya, its authorities and institutions.
The new Presidency Council discussed with members of Parliament from southern Libya the mechanism for forming a national unity government before submitting it to Parliament, while the head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya – Jan Kubi – called on all parties to commit to implementing the ceasefire agreement.
The meeting, which was held in the capital, Tripoli, was attended by the President of the Presidential Council, Muhammad Al-Manfi, and the Deputy in the Presidency Council, Moussa Al-Koni.
In a related context, Kubis urged – during talks with representatives of the Libyan parties, including the leadership of the Government of National Accord and members of the Presidential Council and Parliament – to implement “United Nations Security Council resolutions, including the exit of foreign forces and mercenaries.”
The Special Envoy welcomed the progress made by the Libyan parties, and reiterated the commitment of the United Nations Mission to support the efforts of the Libyan people to reunify Libya, its authorities and institutions.
On Saturday, Kubi affirmed the commitment of the international organization to support the new executive authority in the country.
Libya is witnessing a breakthrough these days in its crisis, after the Dialogue Forum elected on February 5 this year, a unified executive authority, headed by Dabaiba to head the government, and Muhammad Al-Manfi to head the Presidency Council, whose primary mission is to hold presidential and parliamentary elections on December 24, 2021.
These developments coincided with intensive contacts and discussions in Tripoli regarding the formation of the prospective government and writing the constitution.
The new head of the Libyan Presidency Council, Muhammad al-Manfi, and the head of the national unity government, Abdel-Hamid al-Dabaiba, discussed with members of the “5 + 1” joint military committee the possibility of holding a session of the House of Representatives in the city of Sirte.
Exiled and members of the Presidential Council, Abdullah Al-Lafi and Musa Al-Koni, held the first meeting with the President of the National Unity Government, Abdel-Hamid Al-Dabaiba, in the capital, Tripoli, and discussed the formation of the government and its efforts to gain confidence from the House of Representatives.