Libya’s delegate to the United Nations, Ambassador Taher Asunni, presented his credentials to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.
Asunni stressed in his accreditation ceremony, Monday, the need for cooperation between Libya and the United Nations to get out of the current crisis and stop the aggression against Tripoli.
In a related context, Asunni affirmed that Libya’s sovereignty and territorial integrity are not waived despite external interference, and that what the Libyans seek is to build a civil, constitutional state and end any manifestations of military or totalitarian rule.
The Sunni called on the United Nations not to be satisfied with statements of condemnation and denunciation in the face of the suffering of innocent civilians from killing, displacement and displacement, and not to equate the aggressor with the aggressor.
The Sunnis stressed respecting the will of the Libyans and their right to self-determination, so that the appropriate conditions exist to achieve peace and comprehensive national reconciliation.
It is worth noting that the Presidential Council announced, on Monday, the appointment of Ambassador Taher Asunni as Libyan delegate to the United Nations to succeed Mahdi Al-Mujrabi.