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UK Reiterates Support For Libya's Legitimate Institutions

 LONDON, 30 April 2020 / PRN Africa / --

We continue to urge Libyan parties to cease fighting, engage in constructive dialogue and commit to an inclusive political solution.

In light of recent statements, the UK reaffirms its support for Libya's internationally recognised and legitimate institutions, as agreed in the 2015 Libyan Political Agreement and ratified by the UN Security Council.

 

These institutions are the Presidential Council, the Government of National Accord, House of Representatives and High Council of State. The UK is clear that any changes to these structures must not be taken unilaterally, but reached through dialogue, consensus and democratic principles.

We continue to urge Libyan parties to cease fighting and engage in constructive dialogue. An inclusive political solution – as set out by the Berlin Conference – offers the best hope for the stability and future prosperity that the Libyan people need and deserve.

The UK reaffirms its support for the efforts of Acting Special Representative of the Secretary General, Stephanie Williams and the United Nations Support Mission in Libya and renews its call for the parties to commit to a truce over Ramadan.

 

 

SOURCE UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office

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