​​​​​​​Delegates of Security Council member states welcome new executive authority in Libya

​​​​​​​Delegates of Security Council member states welcome new executive authority in Libya

March 20, 2021 - 12:41
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Written By: SafaAlharathy

The delegates of China, Britain, Russia, and France to the United Nations have welcomed the approval of the new executive authority, represented by the Presidential Council and the Government of National Unity (GNU).

This came during meetings that brought together Libya's Ambassador to the United Nations, Taher Al-Sunni, with his counterparts of the aforementioned countries.

In a statement, Libya's mission to the UN said the officials reviewed the latest developments in Libya before holding the Security Council session on the 24th of this month.

The session will be devoted to a briefing by the UN head mission in Libya Jan Kubis on the situation in country and the report of the International Sanctions Committee.

The ambassadors emphasized the importance of the international community's support for the roadmap emanating from the political dialogue forum in Tunis, which will lead to elections on December 24.

Moreover, they pledged to work closely with the UN towards enhancing the ceasefire and ensure the evacuation of all mercenaries and foreign forces from all parts of the country.

The officials also noted the importance for the Security Council to issue a resolution to support the Libyans in their paths on the dialogue tracks and ensure the commitment of all internal and external parties to the outcomes of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum.