"The resumption of the political process depends on the establishment of new rules for this path," said Fayez Al-Sarraj, head of Libya's Presidential Council, stressing that there cannot be monopoly by any individual or group.
Al-Sarraj met with UN envoy Ghassan Salamé on Tuesday at the headquarters of the Presidential Council in Tripoli, where they discussed "developments of the situation around the capital and the efforts of the UN mission to stop the aggression and resume the political process."
The Information Office for the Presidential Council said that Al-Sarraj reiterated during the meeting that the Government of National Accord will continue to resist and defeat the aggression and that it will not waiver in the battle for building the civil state. He stressed that "the resumption of the political process would be subject to the establishment of new rules."
"The international community is aware that there is no military solution to the Libyan crisis. It also declared its total rejection of any aggression against civilians and civilian installations and that tis aggression constitutes a serious violation of international humanitarian law," the press office added.