U.S. ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, stressed Washington's keenness to make political dialogue work and stabilize the ceasefire in Libya, according to the media office of Libya's High Council of the state.
Norland's confirmation came during a meeting he held on Monday with High Council of the State leader, Khalid Al-Mishri, via a zoom call.
The media office added that Al-Mishri and Norland discussed "developments related to political dialogue and a number of files of mutual interest".
Al-Mishri and Norland stressed "during the meeting that the dialogue path will eventually lead to a permanent state of stability, holding presidential and parliamentary elections and ending the state of division."
The U.S. ambassador, for his part, stressed that "the views are converging in most of the files addressed, and that the U.S. is keen to make the path of political dialogue work and to stabilize the ceasefire in Libya."