UNSMIL praised, Wednesday the Constitutional Committee agreement, that was reached during meetings held in Egypt’s Hurghada aiming at reaching a solution for solving the Libyan crises.
Head of the Egyptian National Committee affiliated with the Libyan crisis praised, Tuesday the Libyan parties’ stances during the constitutional track meeting in Hurghada between the Parliament delegations and the Supreme Council of the Libyan State.
Seventy-two members of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum participated in the voting process, 51 of whom voted in favor of the proposed mechanism.
The meetings coincide with the approaching United Nations Mission in Libya's announcement of the Libyan agreement regarding the mechanisms of selecting the new Libyan executive authority.
The line can be lengthened to Libya's Benghazi through Egypt's Saloum town.
António Guterres, the ninth Secretary-General of the United Nations, had nominated Kubis to succeed Ghassan Salameh, who resigned from the post last March due to stress.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry held on Monday a session of bilateral talks with German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas at Tahrir Palace in Cairo.
The UNSMIL statement reported that the mission said that the monitors' deployment would be per the UN Secretary-General's report to the Security Council on December 30.
Libya has been in chaos ever since the 2011 overthrow and killing of dictator Moamer Kadhafi in a NATO-backed uprising, with warring rival administrations battling for power.
Al-Mahjoub stressed "securing all areas of southern Libya," noting that there are attempts by mercenaries to destabilize the southern Libyan region.
The UN mission indicated that the mandate of the advisory committee would be strictly time-bound, as its main task would be to discuss issues related to the selection of a unified executive authority.
36 out of 74 members called on all Libyan political elites to work together to find consensual political solutions to preserve Libya's unity, sovereignty, and stability.
It will be the first time for the United Nations to take active steps on the ground to impose a ceasefire.
Local media reported Tuesday that Turkey had transported into Libya HAWK missile batteries and a 3D-Radar.
The visit took place on December 27, 2020.
The Libyan delegation – comprising 75 members – concluded its two-day visit to Cairo in the evening of December 23.
The flow of Turkish military personnel into Libya began this year.
The Egyptian National Commission on Libya received on Tuesday a delegation of the representatives of south Libyan cities.
Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias called upon Turkey to stop its threats of war against his country.
The conflict results in the sabotage of infrastructure and utilities.