HoR: The Joint Statement by 5 Nations Does Not Serve the Consensus Achieved in Libya – Al Marsad

The House of Representatives (HoR) said that the joint statement by the embassies of Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, France and the United States does not serve the consensus achieved in Libya.

(LIBYA, 8 May 2021) – The House of Representatives (HoR) issued a statement saying it followed closely the joint statement of the embassies of the five countries (Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, France and the United States), and the necessity for all parties to fulfil what has been agreed upon by holding the elections on time on 24 December this year.

The HoR said the joint statement by the embassies of the 5 countries does not serve the consensus achieved in Libya, which was welcomed and supported locally and internationally—from the formation of a national unity government to ending the division in the state’s executive institutions through appointing the sovereign positions and ending the division their division and to holding elections on time.

The HoR said the joint statement was an unacceptable interference in the internal affairs of Libya, and does not serve the national consensus that was achieved after a long period of time and which required a great effort.

© ALMARSAD ENGLISH (2021)

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