The Joint-presidency of the Working Group on International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights “The Netherlands, Switzerland and the United Nations Mission to Support in Libya Thursday, welcomed the commitments made by the participants in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum to respect international humanitarian law.
In a statement, the joint presidency stressed the respect for international humanitarian law and human rights, stressing that any tangible improvement in the lives of everyone affected by the Libyan conflict depends on securing their safety and ensuring all their basic rights.
The Joint-presidency warned against any political process that does not seek to enhance human rights, in the end it’s doomed to failure.
The participating chairmen stressed the need to enhance respect for international humanitarian law and human rights as part of the implementation of the ceasefire, including combating hate speech and incitement to violence, while political talks continue to ensure the meaningful participation of civil society and women and youth from all parts of Libya, and protect the rights of Vulnerable groups, including the displaced, refugees, migrants, detainees and families of the missing.
It is reported that the participants in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum agreed on a road map committed to the promotion and protection of human rights.