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#Government #Libya #News – Highlights from the #UNGA #Libya

  • Ghassan Salame: The UN Mission’s work plan is devised by the Libyan people.
  • Ghassan Salame: I call on members of the House of Representatives to assume their responsibilities because they are the legislative authority in #Libya. 
  • Ghassan Salame: The Libyans should not miss the opportunity for stability in #Libya. 
  • Ghassan Salame: We will work to amend the political agreement starting next week. 
  • Fayez Al-Sarraj: #Libya has been facing major challenges for years.
  • Fayez Al-Sarraj: We seek to build a democratic state to guarantee that there will be no return to individual rule.
  • Fayez Al-Sarraj: We demand an end to foreign interference in Libyan internal affairs.
  • Fayez Al-Sarraj: We salute the liberators of #Sirte and #Benghazi.
  • Fayez Al-Sarraj: There are still terrorist hotspots in #Libya.
  • Fayez Al-Sarraj: There are those who hinder elections out of fear of losing their positions in #Libya.
  • Fayez Al-Sarraj: #Paris meeting resulted in a clear agreement to support democracy and unify the military institution under civil political will.
  • Fayez Al-Sarraj: Situation in #Tripoli is becoming more stable following clashes.
  • Fayez Al-Sarraj: The ultimate treatment for migration is stability in #Libya.
  • Fayez Al-Sarraj: We are trying to solve the crisis without shedding blood and without destroying the existing capabilities. 
  • Fayez Al-Sarraj: I call upon the Secretary-General and his envoy Ghassan Salame to present a clear plan of action in #Libya.
  • Fayez Al-Sarraj: We call upon the international community and the United Nations to not to give an opportunity to those who work to hinder the agreement, so that the situation in #Libya will not worsen.
  • Theresa May: The introduction of many initiatives confuses the political scene in #Libya.
  • Theresa May: The #UK will increase its diplomatic representation in #Libya.
  • Theresa May: We will hold a meeting with international partners in #London on #Libya.
  • Emmanuel Macron: #France fully supports the plan in #Libya.
  • Emmanuel Macron: There is a possibility to eliminate terrorism in #Libya.
  • Emmanuel Macaron: Strengthening the Libyan enterprises is very necessary.
  • Emmanuel Macron: Illegal immigration worries us all.
  • Emmanuel Macron: Our goal is to reach a unified structure in the political and military arms of #Libya.
  • Emmanuel Macaron: #Libya is a rich country possessing a lot of natural resources and we must put an end to the parallel economy that leads to corruption.
  • Emmanuel Macron: We have to organize people crossing from #Libya to #Europe.
  • Abdelfattah El-Sisi: The only solution out of the Libyan crisis lies in the Skhirat agreement.
  • Abdelfattah El-Sisi: The military must be united in #Libya.
  • Abdelfattah El-Sisi: I confirm that we are working on settling the Libyan crisis.
  • Abdelfattah El-Sisi: I commend the efforts that led to the eradication of terrorism in #Sirte and #Benghazi.
  • Paolo Gentiloni: #Italy must support the United Nations and its initiative and avoid the multiplicity of projects.
  • Paolo Gentiloni: We should avoid talking about when the political agreement ends.
  • Paolo Gentiloni: We should modify the agreement instead of rebuilding it from scratch.
  • Paolo Gentiloni: We have to stop the shooting in #Libya.
  • Paolo Gentiloni: Everyone should continue to work because the end of the political agreement does not mean entering into a political vacuum.
  • Paolo Gentiloni: The UN system should move forward in the direction of supporting Libyan institutions.
  • Paolo Gentiloni: Migrants still exist and we have to improve their conditions in #Libya.

 

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