Italian FM Di Maio proposes four "action points" to solve Libya crisis

Alwasat - Cairo Thu 09 Jul 2020, 05:30 PM
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Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio renewed his country's support for the outputs of the Berlin conference, proposing "four priority action points" to solve the Libyan crisis.

He explained that these points are represented in "ending all external interventions that violate the UN resolution on the arms embargo, reaching an agreement on an effective cease-fire, stimulating political dialogue in favor of a comprehensive solution without further delay and an urgent resumption of oil production," according to according to a statement carried by the Italian news agency AKI.

In order to restore momentum for the United Nations efforts in the country, Di Maio stressed the "urgent necessity" of appointing a new special representative for the organization in Libya, as soon as possible.

For its part, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the meeting of the Security Council "represents an opportunity to confirm the support of the international community in the efforts of the United Nations to achieve the cessation of hostilities and the promotion of peace and security in Libya."

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