The National Movement for Libya Announces Support for “Cairo Declaration“ to Resolve Political Conflict – Al Marsad

The National Movement for Libya (NML) joins the Arab and international community in expressing its support for the Cairo Declaration launched by the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in the presence of Libya’s Speaker Aguila Saleh and Commander-in-Chief Field Marshal Haftar to resolve the Libyan crisis and reach a sustainable ceasefire.

(Libya, 9 June 2020) – The National Movement for Libya (NML) In its statement issued yesterday thanked the “leadership and people of the sisterly country of Egypt” for launching the initiative, demanding that “its provisions be enforced immediately”, beginning with the “ceasefire whose announced date has already passed”.

The National Movement for Libya (NML) also stressed that it was important to remove “all foreign fighters and mercenaries from Libya, limiting the carrying of arms to a unified army and police force, unifying sovereign institutions, and holding presidential and parliamentary elections that would renew legitimacy in our country.”

Members of the National Movement for Libya (Archive photo)

It said: “At this defining historic moment, the National Movement for Libya (NML) supports the demands of the Libyan people to make the interests of the country prevail over narrow interests, spare the blood of all Libyans, and distribute their resources and deliver services to them fairly.”

It concluded its statement by reiterating “the need to confront terrorism and its supporters and support moderation, the middle path, and mercy.”

The statement was signed by Sheikh Faraj Bou Hassan al-Obaidi, Sheikh Ibrahim Abu Bakr Nasr al-Megrahi, Sheikh Moulay Qadidi, and Sheikh Ibrahim Ali Hamid al-Hudhairy, in addition to the rapporteur coordinators for foreign relations for the NML, Dr. Ali Ahmouda Hassan Masoud and Dr. Aref Ali al-Nayed.

 

FURTHER LINKS

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