Arab Nations have welcomed the agreement of Libya’s new interim government that was declared by the United Nations Mission to the nation in Geneva following a lot of crisis faced by North African state, Arab News reported.
The recent UN decision to end years of violence in Libya was taken in a Berlin conference in 2020 which included a truce. However, not all the terms concerning the ceasefire have been met.
The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomes Libya’s new interim government decision. They hope that this agreement would support building stability throughout Libya and its citizens, state news office WAM announced.
Egypt expressed that it was anticipating working with the Libyan authority until transferring the power to an elected government, The Egypt Today detailed.
The decision was a significant step to reach a comprehensive and permanent solution that achieved stability, security, and development in Libya, stated Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council Nayef Falah Al-Hajraf, SPA reported.
The nation also requested global and provincial parties to support the resolution that will help settle the crisis situation in Libya, end foreign intervention, and restore stability stated Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs representative Ahmed Hafez.
Bahrain’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs backed Libya in saving its stability, sovereignty, and security. He urged Libyan’s to follow the peace path, state news office BNA detailed.
Jordan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Spokesperson Ambassador Defaillah Al-Fayez congratulated Libya on the new interim government until having the forthcoming elections in 2021, state news organization Petra published.
The Kuwait Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that he hopes that the decision would meet the Libyan people’s stability, goal, security, and sovereignty, state news office KUNA detailed.
Libya’s new interim administration will lead the North African country toward National polls on Dec. 24, however, the interim government is not eligible to stand as candidates in the upcoming polls.
Libya has been suffering a lot with crisis since a NATO-backed intervention ended the rule of the leader Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 and since 2014 been fighting with administrations that were backed by foreign forces.
A three-man administration board will be held by Mohammed Al-Menfi, a former diplomat from Benghazi, while Abdulhamid Dbeibeh, from the city of Misrata, will be holding the post of Prime Minister.