The deputy head of the UNSMIL for political affairs, Stephanie Williams said they had selected the participants of the Libyan National Conference (Multaqa Al-Watani) very meticulously and against 17 standards.
Williams told Libya Al-Ahrar TV Channel on Thursday that the standards included social components, political parties, crisis parties, areas in all regions, minorities, youths, and women, saying all Libyans will have a say at the conference.
The Chairman of Turkey's Association of Construction Material Producers, Mithat Yenigün, said the Turkish firms wish to resume work in Libya despite the current crisis.
Yenigün told Anadolu Agency on Tuesday that Turkey had formed a joint committee with Libya for considering the resumption of projects and for recollecting their financial dues.
He added that his association has proposed to the Libya-Turkey committee that Libya outlines the most vital projects that need to be prioritized for resumption.
The Head of UNSMIL Ghassan Salame briefed the Security Council on Wednesday saying the Libyan National Conference will provide next month a crucial chance to end the 8-year long crisis in the country.
Salame added that the discussions they made with all Libyans resulted in the conviction that they need unity of institutions as soon as possible, but they are faced by some parties which are profiting off the chaos.
The Presidential Council (PC) approved on Wednesday the financial arrangements for the fiscal year 2019, which stands at 46.8 billion dinars, including 5 billion dinars for development programs and projects.