Libyan National Accord Gathering refuses Rome conference outcomes, clings to Tunisia principles declaration

Libyan National Accord Gathering refuses Rome conference outcomes, clings to Tunisia principles declaration

December 15, 2015 - 08:57
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Written By: AbdullahBenIbrahim

The Libyan National Accord Gathering (LNAG) has reiterated its rejection of the Rome-conference final statement and any other statements that stem from international trusteeship, pointing out that it refuses the threats that endanger the country’s stability and the guardians of the revolution’s constants.

In a statement Monday, the LNAG welcomed the UN support for the Libyan-Libyan dialogue, which it said the only way out of the current Libyan crisis, thus warning all Libyan parties inside and outside the country of dragging the Libyan people to the international trusteeship and imposing on them foreign solutions.

“We denounce the way Martin Kobler, the UN-envoy to Libya, is conducting the dialogue as he gathered some parties that are not entitled to represent Libyans, and asked them to sign Leon’s draft, therefore, we shoulder the UN the responsibility for his indifferent actions.” The statement reads.

The LNAG concluded the statement by hailing the declaration of principles that took place in Tunisia by the delegates of the General National Congress and the House of the Representatives.