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Libyan president suggests how Libya crisis can be resolved

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Tripoli, Libya, November 14 (Infosplusgabon) - The president of the presidential council of the Libyan government of national accord, Fayez al-Sarraj, has outlined three ways the Libyan crisis can be resolved.

 

 

Speaking on the sidelines of an international conference on Libya in Parlemo, Italy, al-Sarraj said the way out included holding the general elections in 2019, the launch of a national campaign to save the south from insecurity and the establishment of a preparatory committee for national inclusive reconciliation conference.

 

Mr al-Sarraj said elections must be held to elect a president and a new parliamentary body next spring.

 

He said he was pleased about a planned national inclusive conference in the first weeks of 2019, as announced by the UN special envoy, Ghassan Salamé, at the UN Security Council.

 

Mr al-Serraj also called all parties in the Libyan crisis to imbibe the culture of tolerance and respect for one another.

 

The international Conference in Palermo ended on Tuesday with participants reaffirming ‘their full support to the UN action plan for Libya and the sustained efforts of Ghassan Salamé", which stressed the need to enhance the rule of law and security for citizens against all threats, including terrorism, as well as the appropriate protection and management of their natural and financial resources, the cultural heritage, particularly.

 

Some 10 heads of State and government attended the international conference on Libya, in which about 30 countries, including Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Morocco, France, Germany, Greece and Spain took part.

 

The European Union was represented by the European Council chairman, Donald Tusk, and the Belgian minister of foreign affairs, Federica Mogherini.

 

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