Libya's permanent representative to the UN Office and international organizations in Geneva, Tamim Ba'ayou, chaired the first meeting of the Arab Group, as head of the Council of Arab Ambassadors to the United Nations in Geneva for the first time in nearly ten years.
A statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the Libyan delegate conveyed Libya's welcoming remarks on the Gulf "Al-Ula" Agreement and the efforts of Kuwait and Oman to heal the rift and reunite the Arab countries.
Libya's representative reiterated the need to unify efforts to support programs, projects, and decisions that contribute to the health, stability, security and development of the Arab region.
The meeting dealt with the unfolding situation in the international arena and the middle east, the top of which, the developments in the Palestinian cause, as well as other technical files, including health, the pandemic and vaccine programs.
Geneva's meeting also touched upon preparations for the 46th session of the Human Rights Council, with the aim of adopting unified Arab positions, the file of the World Trade Organization, and the presidency of the organization, according to the Foreign Ministry.