The Head of the Libyan High Council of State (HCS) Khalid Al-Mishri met in Tunisia the US, Chinese, German ambassadors and the chargé d'affaires of the UK in Libya.
HCS's media office said the meetings discussed ongoing political and military developments in Libya amid the offensive against Tripoli and the intervention of foreign countries in the conflict.
It added that Al-Mishri and US ambassador Richard Norland talked about halting negative external interventions in Libya and the need for efforts to be exerted by all parties to revive the political process.
He also told the Chinese ambassador of his dismay about the use of China-made drones in the offensive against Tripoli.
The Chinese ambassador said his country is monitoring the use of the drones and is working on taking the necessary measures to hold the firms responsible for their use in Libya to account, saying China is cooperating with the UN Security Council Panel of Experts in this regard.
UK's chargé d'affaires in Libya, meanwhile, expressed optimism in her meeting with Al-Mishri regarding the upcoming international conference on Libya in Berlin, renewing calls for resuming the political process and for ceasefire in Tripoli.
While the German ambassador to Libya discussed with Al-Mishri the preparations for the Berlin conference, reiterating the need for having red lines that cannot be crossed by any party and renewed call for halting negative foreign interventions in Libya.