The ambassadors of the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Italy to Libya briefed the head of interim government of national unity, Abdulhamid Dabaiba, on the results of their contacts on Libya, during a meeting held in Tripoli on Wednesday.
Dabaiba's media office said in a statement that Western diplomats discussed "the results of their recent meetings in the United States, the Security Council session on Libya, and the coordination of international efforts in support of the elections."
In his speech during the meeting, Dabaiba affirmed his support for the efforts of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, Abdoulaye Bathily, and said that it “is consistent with the vision of the government of national unity for the next stage, the most important of which is going in one track, which is the elections, ending the transitional stages and unifying local and international efforts to issue a free and fair constitutional basis for elections."
During the meeting, Dabaiba stressed "the need for a document that parties would accept the results of the elections," and assuring the ambassadors that "the government continues to provide its services to all Libyans, despite the circumstances."
For their part, the Western ambassadors affirmed their support for Bathily's efforts, which seek to hold elections before the end of 2023, praising the efforts made by the government in this file and its clear vision in this regard, according to the media office.